Khulubuse's car hijacked outside KFC

2012-10-23 08:40
Khulubuse Zuma (Sunday Times)

Khulubuse Zuma (Sunday Times)

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Durban - A luxury car belonging to President Jacob Zuma’s nephew - Aurora mine boss Khulubuse Zuma - was hijacked outside a KFC outlet in Umbilo.

The car was driven by Zuma’s bodyguard, who had gone into the outlet to buy food when he was held up by two gunmen, reported the Daily News.

Zuma was not in the BMW 740i at the time but at his Durban North home.

A source said: “They pointed the gun at the bodyguard’s head and demanded he show them how to drive the car. It seemed like the technology of the BMW 740i was a bit confusing for them.”

The bodyguard then tried to show them how to start the car but the men panicked when they heard who the car belonged to.  

They stole the contents of the bodyguard’s wallet and drove off in the car, which was later found undamaged in Inanda.

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