Former president Jacob Zuma is adamant that there’s no tension between him and his successor President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Zuma has also defended his decision to campaign for the ANC.
This comes amid criticism that his image may be tainted by allegations of state capture.
Zuma and ANC secretary-general Ace Magashule were attending the official hand over of a house to struggle veteran, Amos Ndwalane, in Lamontville, south of Durban.
Those who attended the hand over ceremony included KwaZulu-Natal Health MEC Sibongiseni Dhlomo and Harry Gwala District municipal Mayor, Mluleki Ndoba.
Zuma explains. “I can’t tell you what provoked that question because I am an ANC member and people should generally know the processes of the ANC. If you’re an ANC member, you do everything that all members do. I don’t understand why they should question if I do it. We’ve worked with Cyril Ramaphosa for the past 20 years, so what is the problem?”