FORMER president Jacob Zuma has received food parcels from former SAA chairperson Dudu Myeni.
Zuma has been hosting people at his over R250-million Nkandla home for the past few weeks.
He first hosted EFF leader Julius Malema and his delegation for a tea party, then Police Minister Bheki Cele.
Outside his home, there is an army of MK personnel, stationed there to protect him from being arrested for defying the Constitutional Court.
In a video doing the rounds on various social media platforms, Myeni can be heard saying that with her family, they decided to make food donations to Zuma as he continued to host people at his home.
“As a pensioner with no shares in many mining companies, that we know very well from the sufferings of the Zuma Foundation, I said let me come and give the little that we can afford with my family to say: ‘please continue during your pension years that God has given you to enjoy with your people’.”