Duduzane Zuma has admitted he may have been speeding on the night of his fatal crash with a minibus taxi, killing one passenger.
JOHANNESBURG - Members of Black First Land First turned up outside the Randburg magistrate&39;s court to support Duduzane Zuma.
Zuma appeared to face two counts of culpable homicide.
The charges are in connection with a 2014 crash when he collided with a taxi after losing control of his car.
Zimbabwean national Phumzile Dube was killed on the scene while another passenger Nanki Mashaba died a few weeks later.
The BLF members confronted AfriForum&39;s Kallie Kriel, saying the case against Zuma is a vendetta.
AfriForum&39;s private prosecution unit is hoping to secure a culpable homicide conviction.
Advocate Gerrie Nel, who is leading the team, said in October last year that they are assisting the Dube family.
Meanwhile, BLF leader Andile Mngxitama called Kriel a racist shortly after Zuma&39;s appearance.
He then accused journalists of allegedly assaulting one of his fellow BLF members.