Big spender: R71?000 on booze bill

2010-07-19 00:00

WHILE failing to pay his workers, President Jacob Zuma’s flamboyant businessman nephew Khulubuse Zuma allegedly spent R71 000 entertaining close friends with expensive alcohol at a classy restaurant in Durban on Friday night.

Sunday Tribune newspaper heard from a source who attended the party that Khulubuse entertained 50 friends with Johnny Walker Blue Label whisky, Don Perignon champagne and Remy Martin cognac at the Egagasini restaurant and signed a cheque for R71 000 — after failing to pay about 4 000 workers of his Grootvlei Mine. However, restaurant operations manager Blessed Sithole said he picked up the R29 500 booze bill for Zuma, a regular.

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