'Comeback kid' Jacob Zuma has hand in what is happening in the country

Political analyst Professor Lesiba Teffo says former president Jacob Zuma has a hand in what is currently happening in the country politically.

Professor Teffo concurred with what South Africa Communist Party (SACP) general-secretary Blade Nzimande said over the weekend, that Zuma is at the centre of counter-revolutionary forces who are fighting back against anti-corruption measures.

Teffo described Zuma as the 'Comeback Kid'.

I am one of those who believes that he has a hand in what is going on in the country right now.

Professor Lesiba Teffo, political analyst

READ: Disgruntled ANC members want KZN conference postponed until there is stability

People in certain may say things that later on when you look at them you say, 'really...that's really what it was about.'

Professor Lesiba Teffo, political analyst

Teffo's comments come as reports continue of a new political party being formed in KwaZulu-Natal by the former president's supporters.

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I don't think they will succeed and I don't think they believe they will succeed. But what I think they want to do, first he (Zuma) wants to come even.

Professor Lesiba Teffo, Political analyst

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