Nkandla: Zuma will pay nothing

2013-12-22 06:00

President Jacob Zuma is set to walk away without paying a cent for the R208?million security upgrades to his Nkandla home.

The decision not to bill Zuma contradicts a memorandum from the Durban regional manager of public works, Kenneth Khanyile, to his former minister, Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde, in March 2011. In the memo, he tallies Zuma’s portion of the Nkandla bill at R10?651?580.

In it, he also reveals that Zuma’s portion comes from construction that fell “outside the scope of security measures”, including landscaping.

» Read the full story in City Press newspaper today.

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