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Zuma's son has assets seized

2012-06-03 12:51

Durban - President Jacob Zuma's son Edward has had his car and furniture attached for unpaid debt, according to media reports on Sunday.

The sheriff in Durban seized his BMW X5 on Friday and removed sofas, a fridge, entertainment system, camp chairs and bar stools on Friday, the Sunday Times reported.

Zuma's lawyer, Siphiwe Mncango, negotiated with the sheriff for the assets to be returned.

He told the weekly that arrangements had been finalised to pay a R1.5m bill to a wedding co-ordinating company.

"It was just a technicality... the assets that were seized will be returned," he was quoted as saying.

According to the weekly, a truck later returned the goods.

Edward married Phumelele Shange in October last year. Their reception for 500 guests was held at the Tala Game Reserve near Camperdown, The Star reported earlier this month.

Comments
  • John - 2012-06-03 13:01

    Maybe he's behind the 'land-grab' idea...

      kim.buren - 2012-06-03 14:47

      Please can Brett Murray paint him too

      Yar - 2012-06-03 14:58

      Grab anything and everything. Take and use, but never pay. Family tradition.

      Gerhard - 2012-06-03 15:14

      That family are traditionalists. LOL!

      Honey - 2012-06-03 15:14

      R1.5 MILLION! Are you kidding me! What happened to a nice traditional wedding where they slaughtered and ox, smoked a bit of Twak, drank a few papsakke and fell down drunk - Cost? - a couple of thousand! Actually, they probably did exactly that but got a nice kickback from the caterer - Don't wanna pay? Sheriff arrives? Priceless!

      Raymond - 2012-06-03 18:53

      The only assets he has is between his legs,and I don't think it's worth anything or even deserves a painting.

      Raymond - 2012-06-03 19:01

      They all want to be high flyers-all op skuld and can't pay.Typical.

      Raymond - 2012-06-03 19:10

      Let There be Water.Seen that there is so much water around,Maybe he should go into the plumbing business selling TAPS and SHOWER HEADS.

      Annette - 2012-06-04 06:49

      That poor coordinator had to wait 9 months for their money, that BS. When would we get away with that? These people suck.

      russell.w.wright.5 - 2012-06-04 07:32

      @Kim....Murray doesn't have enough paint or big enough brushes.

      nasheenar - 2012-06-04 08:59

      Apple didnt fall far from the tree! Take take take ..cos its your right pay for nothing. The tax payer will fit your wedding bill ass.

      Preshen - 2012-06-04 09:00

      He should of just lived in Sin

      Frank - 2012-06-04 10:02

      Just a technicality? How ridiculously arrogant of them to say that. Does anyone realise how much time, money and effort the wedding co-ordinating company must have gone to to get to the point where the sheriff can actually go and size the assets, and the lawyer puts it down to a technicality? This is just typical of our BBE brothers that think the world owes them something. They rack up large bills that they don't pay because why should they pay? the world owes it to them! It's just like the ANC not paying for the accommodation when they had their party conference in Bloemfontein. The sense of entitlement that these idiots have is destroying this country.

      Sharon - 2012-06-04 10:31

      the zoomer must be seething with envy,the sons assets were siezed and his were only shown

      Thabang - 2012-06-04 13:53

      Khulubuse Zuma forgot to teach him on how to hide assets before the sheriff comes. Just as He did at Aurora.

      jason.joao - 2012-06-04 20:57

      Wonder where exactly the money suddenly came from to get the assets back...

  • Anthony - 2012-06-03 13:01

    hahah...the apple does not fall far from the tree

      Koos - 2012-06-03 13:04

      Like father like son!

      Raymond - 2012-06-03 18:54

      It's family tradition.Another great South African success story.

      Warwick - 2012-06-04 08:22

      Exactly, fat boy Kulubusi does not pay his workers and this clot also feels he does not have to pay for services rendered. But they all drive fancy cars and live in mansions. Viva the poor viva.

  • Nomfundo - 2012-06-03 13:16

    Like father like son; the leaf does not fall far away from the tree. Marrying when you cannot afford. Your father uses our taxes to get married; wait until you become president so that you can abuse our taxes too!!

      Honey - 2012-06-03 14:51

      GERALD - Don't be such an idiot - people don't just arrive and repossess goods, they have to go through a long drawn out process in the courts during which time they present their claims and give the respondent time to make good - this is an obvious case of " You can't touch my corrupt, criminal Father and therefore you can't touch me" attitude typical of those that have not earned their wealth in a true and honest way. Only when the Sheriff arrives with the court order of seizure, does he suddenly call his Lawyer and make arrangements to pay. Rotten to the core is all I can say. Like Father, Like Son!

      Dee - 2012-06-03 15:01

      I agree it is not a political issue - but does perhaps speak to an excessive "sense of entitlement", lavish expenditure, irresponsible fiscal priorities that I cannot help but associate with our 'ruling elite'. I would love to see the leadership example of e.g. Evo Morales, president of Bolivia who cut his salary by >50% to less than $2000 per month. And instead of R1200 birthday cakes and R1.2million wedding's - a donation to e.g. Child Welfare / Student bursary ...

  • Masixole - 2012-06-03 13:17

    Poor guy can't live a normal life at all his problems are put out for the public to go through like its their buisness ppl voted for his father not him we don't care what happens to him publish some real news

      Irene - 2012-06-03 13:53

      All the more reason for him to try and be a respectable citizen. Obviously honesty doesn't run in the family.

      Godfrey - 2012-06-03 14:02

      @Masixole...It is because of the Zuma name that the company in question were willing to fund the event.

      Lara - 2012-06-03 14:16

      Shame, his dignity was attacked. Maybe the ANC should march to the Sheriff's office.

      jaysonpaul.beckwith - 2012-06-03 14:27

      I beg to differ masixole. If you are the presidents son, You will be in the limelight when you break the law. That's just a fact of life.

      Freddie - 2012-06-03 15:01

      Ahh shame poor guy has such a tough life being the presidents son. all those government and private sector contacts that only the presidents son has the priviledge of being exposed to. What a really raw deal like the millions who live in squalor and dire poverty while their comrades feast on our tax payers money with empty promises. Catch a wake buddy, this story just highlights the utter disrespect and contempt that the ANC and all those who are affiliated have for the rule of law and common decency. you are just another vote at the ballot box that they don't give a toss about.

      Alfred - 2012-06-03 15:23

      "His problems"!? Wish my "problems" were deciding whether or not I felt like paying for the R1,5 mill wedding I threw. Poor guy, if only they'd just leave him to steal in peace.

      derekneilmaclachlan - 2012-06-03 18:55

      Personally if any Zuma wanted to buy anything from me I would insist on cash up front....

      Tamaranui - 2012-06-03 19:01

      Thank you to our democracy not dictatorship that a President's son can have his assets seized. Well done, Take note Detractors, When you unfairly call the President a Dictator in this Democracy.

      Pappa - 2012-06-04 15:49

      OH HOW IGNORANT YOU ARE!!!!

      Justin Afrika - 2015-01-25 12:32

      So how about his brother Khulubuse Zuma and cronies now repaying the salaries stolen from the 5 300 Aurora miners. Remember how the fat sleazeball bought 19 luxury cars including a Bentley and a Merc SLS among others with the stolen money.

  • Harold - 2012-06-03 13:17

    Disgrace. My mother told me that people who owe other people money and do not want to pay are nothing better than common thieves and should go to jail Thats why you have to get a lawyer to keep you out of jail. Maybe Robben Island should be converted to a Debtors rehabilitation centre for people like this. To the Parents of his newly married wife I think your daughter has made a big mistake. Has he paid the Labollo yet.

      EricksonTL - 2012-06-03 13:25

      That's a teeny bit harsh! Sometimes, non payment of debt isn't because you don't want to, but you can't afford to. Then again, even in those cases, I doubt that the debt in question would be R1.5 million, or that it would have been made having a wedding!

      Irene - 2012-06-03 13:55

      Thoughtsandstuff ~ "Sometimes, non payment of debit isn't because you don't want to, but you can't afford to." Flipping hell, IF YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO, THEN DON'T CREATE THE DEBT! How hard is that to understand?

      martin.gee.godfrey - 2012-06-03 14:18

      Irene and Harold, sometimes the debt is created when affordability was not an issue, people do fall on hard times often through no fault of their own. You bhuy a house, take a bond and then lose your job, that results in non-payment of a debt, must the debtor be jailed on Robben Island for that? I don't condone the Zuma clan's non-payment of their debts, largely because they were gained by the use of the Zuma name in the first place probably by people wanting to be "connected".

      Mmannyo - 2012-06-03 14:33

      Bloody hell, I am disappointed you are not in Toronto, Thoughtsandstuff.

      Jan - 2012-06-03 14:48

      FerretGee - Irene Steyn and Harold they are both thick headed - agree 100% with what you said. Not all people are reckless borrowers. MOST people do fall on hard times through no fault of their own. That said I do NOT condone this behaviour or mnr zuma's son one bit. they need to be brought to justice.

      Irene - 2012-06-03 14:48

      @FerretGee ~ Yes, people fall on hard times and cannot pay their bonds. More than understand that. In this instance though, we're talking about a wedding which is planned how many months in advance? Again, if you can't afford the extravagance then you can't have the extravagance. The interesting thing though that is reported on another site is that the X5 is in the name of an Indian businessman. So again, like father like son who is open to receiving 'gifts' for favours granted.

      EricksonTL - 2012-06-03 15:01

      Irene, the onus to prevent reckless lending is NOT on the part of the borrower, but the institution that lends them the money. Ergo, under the National Credit Act, IF people are lent money that they cannot afford to repay, the institution COULD forfeit the money... Which MEANS, to those of you that have a high and mighty attitude about it all, that since 2006 (I think) when the NCA came into force, the only way anyone COULD possibly borrow more than they can afford is because the lender lent them money they could not afford to borrow, in contravention with the law, OR they could afford it at the time, but later on, circumstances like losing their job etc came into play. Honestly, why is that so hard to understand?

      EricksonTL - 2012-06-03 15:02

      And FYI, IF you don't understand that, you really shouldn't be commenting, innit?

      EricksonTL - 2012-06-03 15:03

      Finally, read the SECOND part of my comment - it pretty much says the same thing you were trying to get across by being rude and obnoxious to me personally. Eish.

      Irene - 2012-06-03 17:07

      @Thoughtsandstuff: That's right, always blame somebody else for your problems. It's called a 'victim mentality' and it seems like you've overdosed on it. We're talking about a wedding here FFS! Geddit? A wedding. A function. An event. No need to go into a diatribe about the National Credit Act etc. What on earth has the credit act and who's responsible for lending or borrowing got to with anything? Now climb down off your high horse and look at the facts. Jan: G.F.Y. For someone who professes to be a doctor you are both extremely childish and a disgrace, not to mention dof. If it blows you hair back to think I am whoever you think I am, then let your hair blow my boy. Why should I go to Adelaide? I was born here and I will remain here and if you think that because I despise the corrupt ANC makes me a racist then I'll wear that badge with pride. And here's the rub .... what makes you think I'm female? Not too bright are we boy! Now run along and F.O.A.D.

      Jan - 2012-06-03 17:57

      Irene - I never professed to be anything. Show me where i professed to be whatever u think i am? And you type like a women thats why i assume ur one. Is that you Andre Snyman?????

      EricksonTL - 2012-06-03 18:08

      Irene, there are two seperate points here: the first relates to lending LAW - not me personally, but the law of South Africa. It's not my fault if you are too dense to get that. The second I am in agreement with - as per the second part of my original comment, which you seem to have completely ignored. Either you are stupid, or you are so tied up with what YOU are commenting that you fail to read and comprehend. That's your problem though, innit?

      Tamaranui - 2012-06-03 19:02

      Thank you to our democracy not dictatorship that a President's son can have his assets seized. Well done, Take note Detractors, When you unfairly call the President a Dictator in this Democracy.

      John - 2012-06-04 11:05

      @Thoughts..blah.blah Did you read your comment before you posted it? I have never seen such a load of BS in my life, are you for real or just another A'hole Troll.FMe.

      indianajohn - 2012-06-04 12:08

      "non payment of debt isn't because you don't want to, but you can't afford to" WTF?! Then what are you doing with the debt in the first place? You make it sound like it's no big issue when you can't afford it. Amazing.

      indianajohn - 2012-06-04 12:09

      "the onus to prevent reckless lending is NOT on the part of the borrower, but the institution that lends them the money. " What's wrong with our country in one sentence.

      Tamaranui - 2012-06-04 19:09

      This is not just a RSA phenomenon, This has happened all over the world.

  • puse.mabuza - 2012-06-03 13:20

    I wonder how it feels to be spending that money on the 1day event knowing that there are so many poor people and you never even worked hard for it! Upset

  • jaysonpaul.beckwith - 2012-06-03 13:22

    So mini zuma had his assets seized. If the sheriff of the court had to resort to seizing his bar stool's. Shame this guy didn't have much. Sorry mini zuma. At least you got your stuff back.

      Nicolaas - 2012-06-03 20:43

      @jason, they also said that arrangements has been made to pay the the outstanding 1.5 mil, wonder where they going to steal that from, or are they hoping to steal it from the tolli collection. Maybe they will auction a copy of ZOOMER spear on the internet!

  • songezo.kilani - 2012-06-03 13:24

    Like father like son, scum. An apple never falls far from the tree hey

  • EricksonTL - 2012-06-03 13:24

    LOL!

      Mmannyo - 2012-06-03 14:33

      Hamba!

      EricksonTL - 2012-06-03 15:04

      :-P

      Mmannyo - 2012-06-03 15:09

      (_O_)

      marcel.pretorius.56 - 2012-06-03 16:47

      (?°?°)?? ???

  • chikunga - 2012-06-03 13:24

    why you wouldnt think that mayb,just mayb that they are not as rich as you would expect them to be because they should be corrupt you know. But guess what the typical comments from pale friends is always negtive,prejudicial, racial and always intended to polarize

      kim.buren - 2012-06-03 13:30

      To the darker friend. Is this the best race card you can pull out?

      grootrot.vanzyl - 2012-06-03 13:31

      Then, if they are not so rich as they are or as we think they are, they should tone down on their parties? Their actions are typical for them, the posts until now has a go at the Zumas, if it was Van der Merwe's we would have had a bigger joke.

      grootrot.vanzyl - 2012-06-03 13:34

      Thus in fact Chikunga, YOU are the one who brought the race card into the debate. You have polarized it, ironic is it not?

      Tax - 2012-06-03 13:34

      Huh? Please indicate which of the comments are of a racial nature. Why is everything about race with you? The guy basically stole money from the provider this makes him a thief do you not understand that? He desrves harsh criticism.

      msira.gcukumana - 2012-06-03 13:43

      what does this issue have anything with racism??????? That bustard souldnt be spending money he doest have straight and simple.

      kim.buren - 2012-06-03 13:44

      @Van Zyl. That is rich coming from a "Van Zyl"

      jaysonpaul.beckwith - 2012-06-03 13:44

      @leon. Are those sunglasses polarized???

      Frank - 2012-06-03 13:49

      Don't be stupid man! This wobbling jellyfish is no more an astute business man than Zoomer is a upstanding president! He steals, connives and does all things trash like him will do to stay relevant. So really, your idiotic rant is typical of the marmite monster mentality on crime and corruption so it may be time for you to grow some morals and a much needed backbone!

      grootrot.vanzyl - 2012-06-03 13:55

      Kim: Van der Merwe, Van Zyl and Zuma were walking down the street for a discussion on a business deal for a wedding...."

      Harold - 2012-06-03 13:56

      He behave like this because him and his nephew are big buddies. He was prepared to damage the resorts bussiness with none payment and his nephew destroyed whole families and a mining village plus a gold mine because tried to get rich on the backs of miners. The lovely thing about it is Papa is waiting for him. Mr Jacob Zuma Please declare robben Island a fraud and corruption prison. Were we can send these people for rehab and garden work training

      chikunga - 2012-06-03 14:06

      you can all use all the names as you want but it doesnt change the fact that you will always say anything but positive when it comes to ANC, Zuma and his family. So that boils down to the fact that your mentality cannot be constructive by any imgination when it comes to ANC and blacks.I wil translate a saying for you,it goes"if your eyes can only see black all the time, then mayb you are the one black rather than the things you see". @kim, @groot you dont need to write raacism you just need to exegerrate your dislike for everthing ANC

      kim.buren - 2012-06-03 14:14

      @chikunga. Read your first comment please. It is the darker friends like you that divide this country with your racist remarks. Now you wonder why you get picked on !! Trust me, my darker friend, you need to put more emphasis on your spelling and grammar than worrying about the pale friends of SA

      grootrot.vanzyl - 2012-06-03 14:18

      Here is a typical example of not understanding the constitution: The right to express my views or opinion is guaranteed in the constitution as long as it does not incite racial hatred. I have the right to association also guaranteed in the constitution and it I do not associate with a specific political party does not make me a racist. It is actually racist to say that someone who does not support the ANC is a racist. Here is something positive about Zuma's family: If Khulubushe goes on diet, we can feed Malawi.

      Frank - 2012-06-03 14:20

      chikunga - June 3, 2012 at 14:06 So please explain the fact that this moegoe has to be threatened with the sheriff to pay his debt? If he was such an upstanding member of society, surely he would try and preserve his good name by paying for services on time! Dumb as mud!

      Mmannyo - 2012-06-03 14:35

      Was fracois now the ROT

      chikunga - 2012-06-03 14:48

      ohh @kim I am sure if I had a lot of time you woudnt mind giving me a lesson or two on grammar but unfortunately I am juggling a lot of activites right now that I wouldnt have time for syntax or semantics bull@@it.My keyboard has to respond to all anti-ANC enemies.Forgive my friend

      chikunga - 2012-06-03 14:58

      @Kim I can bet you teach english and maybe you are good at it, but trust me lol you wouldnt want me as your learner. Back to business, what makes me tired and probably tread on racial lines is the negative energy that one feels after reading most of the posts here.Yharrrrrrrr,You know it really send me nuts, you know like nothing constructive but negative. Maybe God to convert you to a darkie but keep your white mind(if they are different) for a week, then lol read news24 for only one day.I can promise you, you must first go and have your heart checked before you start cause you will have a cardiac arrest lolest

      NickinHowick - 2012-06-03 18:53

      why is it, that when you critisised the Apartheid Goverment, it wass Freedom Struggle, now if you critisise the Govwerment and its family it is racism.Explain.

      Andrew - 2012-06-03 23:19

      When zuma came into power I was taken by his charm. Since then charm has turned to hate. It's not because he's black, it's because everyday there is another fact about him and his family recking this country. I say if the ANC is to continue ruling, hopefully the reports of sexwale are true

      barry.dogg.fritz - 2012-06-04 12:22

      why spend money you dont have , or other peoples money thats not yours, just cause he is the prsidents son doesnt mean he can rip the public off and get away with it,1,5 mil for a wedding,that is way over the top,imagine how many homeless children could have been fed with that money,but then again when someone of that caliber gets married he wants to splash out, and the organisers didnt pull out any stops in ensuring that his spexial day was a success, I feel sorry for the zuma family cause their family name seems to be dragged through the mud on a regular basis

      Jacqui - 2012-06-04 14:17

      Chikunga, this pale face will not have a wedding she can't afford.

  • dennis.vermaak.5 - 2012-06-03 13:51

    According to the "ANC dictionary", zuma means ABOVE THE LAW !!!

      grootrot.vanzyl - 2012-06-03 13:55

      You spelt that incorrectly: It is "Dicktionary"!

      Juan - 2012-06-03 15:48

      And it comes with a picture on the cover too, designed by Brett Murray

  • maseratifittipaldi - 2012-06-03 13:52

    No doubt tax money will be used. I wonder how Phumelele feels about this pollution.

  • Sifiso - 2012-06-03 13:54

    Zuma that Zuma this pls

      RangoAndEmy - 2012-06-04 20:05

      I know Sifiso you are right Zuma is just terrible, he just doesnt care about the people he makes me mad too.. I want Obama for President of the World he is the best person for the job. If Zuma wasnt president he would be doing zumba in a bush somewhere, where he belongs.

  • Danie - 2012-06-03 14:08

    Hard life, the president son must pay for his own wedding, did he pay his lobola on account?

  • zolisa.dlokovu - 2012-06-03 14:15

    Oh Zuma family-always making headlines for wrong reasons

  • Hermann - 2012-06-03 14:22

    And so falleth the artificial rich. Hopefully all in armaments daddy next.

  • buti.lembe - 2012-06-03 14:37

    If it's not JZ by himself someone else from his family will come out with corruption.SAs I hope we have learn from this dull president.

      Nicolaas - 2012-06-03 20:51

      @Buti, and it is not the end yet, waiting on the other breeds to grow up. They all currently on corruption training, all 21 of them!

  • Mmannyo - 2012-06-03 14:42

    Khulu-buse= Rule when you are a grown-up. Doesn't really comprehend.

  • ntjeke.wilfred - 2012-06-03 14:45

    i think journalism is the top and fascinating career in the country now. annddd NO DOUBT why

  • Emily-Jane Elson - 2012-06-03 14:46

    Technicality se voet man!! Pay your debts or don't spend what you can't afford!!

  • seanpresherhughes - 2012-06-03 14:51

    What a complete joke! Quick to throw parties, slow to pay ones debt hey? ... Does he think that he can get away because he is the president's son, well there's news for you Edward! :-) "Technicality" my ass! How embarrising hey ? No one is above the law - I'll never do any busines with any government employee or their families or anyone who is willing to befriend them!

  • seanpresherhughes - 2012-06-03 14:56

    Disgraceful!

  • Gerhard - 2012-06-03 15:13

    The chickens come home to roost. Like father like son!

  • Charnelle - 2012-06-03 16:05

    Glad to see my income tax is used for personal use like a wedding, BMWX5 and ah well, what's the point.

  • wellington.titimberevere - 2012-06-03 16:14

    hahahayah lungs out

  • busisiwe.duna - 2012-06-03 16:18

    ja ne....

  • Mhla - 2012-06-03 16:55

    Because u r a son to the president it doesnt mean u have a right to owe us . .

  • tabisa.ndamase.7 - 2012-06-03 17:08

    Oh shame...........

  • WitWolf - 2012-06-03 17:32

    "Zuma's lawyer, Siphiwe Mncango, negotiated with the sheriff for the assets to be returned." Negotiated with a bribe I suppose...

  • christopher.collings.9 - 2012-06-03 17:36

    The fools cant even manage themselves let alone a country! What a laugh hahahahahahaha!!!!!!

  • nofikathiniskeyi.eunice - 2012-06-03 17:49

    woow unyana kamongameli intloni ezi zodwa president must pay 4her son sies

  • tumelotsoanelo.tsotetsi - 2012-06-03 17:50

    ja, thats gud, using taxpayers money to pay for luxurious weddings, serves him well

      Tamaranui - 2012-06-04 19:12

      Eish but you dim, That's why his possessions were seized . If the bill was paid by Tax funds as you indicate.............. Why do I bother.

  • lisa.evansdominick - 2012-06-03 18:06

    What a disgusting family this is... Their own greed has been the financial ruin of so many...

  • Philip Buys - 2012-06-03 18:12

    Anyone wants to paint his picture?

  • Raymond - 2012-06-03 18:50

    This is what they call Economic Freedom.It means that they want everything for free.They don't want to pay for anything,want everything and live beyond their means.

  • derekneilmaclachlan - 2012-06-03 18:51

    Sounds fishy that the assests were seized and returned....daddies intervention maybe!!!!

  • Ntobane Setabola - 2012-06-03 18:55

    I don't buy this story,this is just another way 2 fool and blind us the tax-payers...

  • Neal Sing - 2012-06-03 18:55

    dadd'ys and our taxman

  • Mike Purchase - 2012-06-03 18:59

    Fanny go back to school your typing and your brain need excercise.

      Lindiwe Corsa - 2012-06-04 05:45

      who do u thnk u a wena mike.a dictionary ?a lecture?u a a fool.we dont nid typng sklls 2raise our views damd

  • Tamaranui - 2012-06-03 19:34

    Thank you to our democracy not dictatorship that a President's son can have his assets seized. Well done, Take note Detractors, When you unfairly call the President a Dictator in this Democracy. The President is a good Dad by teaching his child that there are consequences when you don't pay your bills, Well done.

      Tax - 2012-06-03 20:57

      His stuff has already been returned. How do you explain that?

      Andrew - 2012-06-03 23:05

      Responsible? Where and when was this responsible. You're comedy skit.

      Louis - 2012-06-04 06:51

      Hahahahahaahahahahahahaha...I guess you're joing right!?

  • siliziwem - 2012-06-03 20:06

    tired of zuma, week in

  • mholthuysen - 2012-06-03 20:10

    Well no difference to his father... gosh what a circus in SA!

  • Mike Purchase - 2012-06-03 20:31

    Its a disgrace.

  • Sam - 2012-06-03 22:52

    Just so much corruption itmakes me sick

  • Bonga Mthembu - 2012-06-04 05:22

    Don't worry Edward we (taxpayers) will get the bill. Would you like anything else with that? Perhaps another bride/mining company or u still good with just the tenders?

  • Louis - 2012-06-04 06:52

    Miraculously this case will also disappear and everything will be handed back.

  • Zuke's Bibzn Khambi - 2012-06-04 07:04

    like father like son

  • Hugh - 2012-06-04 07:05

    Maybe I am having difficulty thinking so early in the morning. How is it possible that under the company laws of SA that the miners still have not been paid. Is this because the one is a government entity and ignores the plight of the workers. It has always sturuck me as starnge that Cosato or NUM have never got involved.

  • Adair - 2012-06-04 07:59

    He will probably get another wife soon with another equally lavish wedding.

  • Mart - 2012-06-04 08:01

    Apple and tree...... apple and tree !