Jacob Zuma is said to have 22 children. Of those twenty two, a couple of them are famous and some for not so great reasons. Check out the most talked about sons and daughters of SA’s first family below.

1. Gugulethu (Gugu) Zuma

Gugu became a household name when she starred in Isidingo as Lesedi. She is the brains behind SABC 1’s hit drama series, Uzalo.

2. Duduzane (Zane) Zuma

Duduzane has become more popular in recent times thanks to his scandals. His name often comes up in Parliament from the opposition parties and there’s even songs about him.

3. Nokuthula (Thuli) Nomaqhawe Zuma

Thuli is one of Zuma’s smartest kids. She also starred in her sister Gugu’s sitcom, ‘It’s My Life’.

4. Mziwoxolo Edward Zuma

Zuma’s eldest son was arrested for raping a fellow student back in 2000. The woman later withdrew the charges. He later made headlines after it was reported he was owing a million rand to a wedding planner.

5. Msholozi Zuma

Zuma’s eldest daughter Msholozi often stays away from the media but found herself in the news after she accompanied her father in 2013 to an IEC point at a primary school in Nkandla, she was told she wasn’t on the voter’s roll because she had a Swaziland ID document.
Minoister Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma assisted by her daughter Msholozi cuts her birthday cake. President Jacob Zuma and Angolan Ambassodor Arcanjo Nascimento toast with SA Minister of Home Affairs Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma who is a Candidate elect to the AU Commission. President Zuma is attending the 18th Ordinary Session of the Assembly of Heads of State and Government where the New AU Building will be unveiled. South Africa backed by SADC Countries and several other African Countries has nominated Minister Nkosazana Dlamini to be the next Chairperson of the AU Commission. 27/01/2012

6. Duduzile (Dudu) Zuma

She is known for throwing star studded parties and her high-profile marriage and divorce in 2016 to Lonwabo Sambudla, who is linked to The Billion Group and tender irregularities saw her name being the news often.

7. Thuthukile (Thuthu) Xolile Nomonde Zuma

Thuthu became the youngest ever ministerial chief of staff with her appointment in the Department of Telecommunications and Postal Services, earning nearly R1 million annually at the age of 25 back in 2014.

8. Nosizwe Vuso Zuma

Nosizwe came into the spotlight back in 2015 when she married Sports anchor Walter Mokoena.