Son of former President Jacob Zuma, Duduzane Zuma stole the show again on Sunday when he arrived at an ANC rally in Port Shepstone. Picture: SIHLE MAVUSO

Durban - Son of former President Jacob Zuma, Duduzane Zuma stole the show again on Sunday when he arrived at an ANC rally in Port Shepstone.

Wearing a short-sleeved white shirt - which showed off his tattoos - and a black skinny pants, Zuma junior was a show stopper. 

He arrived, with a squad of bodyguards in tow, shortly after the official programme started and the singing of the national anthem was in motion. The rally was part of the party's continued 108th birthday celebrations since it was formed in Mangaung in 1912. 

Zuma walked to front of the stage at UGU Sport and Leisure Centre and the crowd went wild. They turned their attention away from the stage where prayers from different faiths were taking place and started taking selfies with him, to which he obliged. 

In July last year, he was found not guilty of culpable homicide for the death of Phumzile Dube in 2014. Dube was killed when the car Zuma was driving crashed into a minibus taxi in which she was a passenger.

Zuma junior has previously been roundly criticised for his friendship with the Gupta family, close associates of his father, who are blamed for siphoning billions from state coffers through a series of dodgy deals ad contracts.

However, recently many have been remarking on Zuma's style after he turned heads at the ANC's 108th birthday gala dinner hosted in Kimberley.

Son of former President Jacob Zuma, Duduzane Zuma stole the show again on Sunday when he arrived at an ANC rally in Port Shepstone. Video: SIHLE MAVUSO
They turned their attention away from the stage where prayers from different faiths were taking place and started taking selfies with him, to which he obliged. Video: SIHLE MAVUSO

Political Bureau