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Oct 12

future technologies: Zuma under fire for costly upgrade of ...

Zuma is embroiled in a new scandal over costly additions to his private home at the taxpayers? expense. The revelations of the $23 million renovation of Zuma?s rural compound, dubbed ?Zumaville? in the local press, come ...

Nov 25

Kevin Djakpor's Blog: $20M OF TAXPAYERS MONEY ...

South African media have defied a government warning and published photos of President Jacob Zuma's luxurious private home which was controversially revamped using up to $20 million (N3,189,701,600) of taxpayers money. Scroll down for the ... 'Zumaville' consists of at least 20 buildings on estate, including a number of large family homes, a medical clinic, swimming pool, football pitch, secure underground living quarters, tuck shop, helipad and visitors centre.

Dec 9

Hedley Thomas's commentary piece in today's The ...

http://www.scribd.com/doc/186538807/The-real-Zumaville. QUOTE Zuma was also a member of the South African Communist Party (SACP),[12] briefly serving on the party's Politburo until he left the party in 1990. END QUOTE It seems that Communists and Socialists share one ideal - whats yours is .... of their good luck with taxpayer funds. Reply Tuesday, 10 December 2013 at 05:12 PM. Comment below or sign in with Typepad Facebook Twitter Google+ and more.

Nov 25

welcome to chikeade's blog: $20M OF TAXPAYERS ...

South African media have defied a government warning and published photos of President Jacob Zuma's luxurious private home which was controversially revamped using up to $20 million (N3,189,701,600) of taxpayers money. photo - $20MILLION ... 'Zumaville' consists of at least 20 buildings on estate, including a number of large family homes, a medical clinic, swimming pool, football pitch, secure underground living quarters, tuck shop, helipad and visitors centre.