Premier's house costs tax payer R1.2m

2013-02-05 09:03

Johannesburg - Over the last four years, R1.2m was spent on new furniture, linen and curtains for Gauteng Premier Nomvula Mokonyane’s official home after she moved into the house in Bryanston in May 2009, reported Beeld.

Prior to that, provincial premier Mbhazima Shilowa lived at the house between 2005 and 2009, when furniture worth R3.2m was bought, amongst others for a liquor and cigar bar.

When Mokonyane moved in, she removed the bar and cigar bar and replaced it with a dining room and living room.

All five bedrooms got new linen and curtains. A new TV unit, coffee tables, beds, mattresses and couches were also bought.

This was revealed in an answer by the provincial department of infrastructure development in response to a question by the DA.

Mokonyane’s spokesperson said the provincial department determined how much was spent on the house.

“Her official home is state property and therefore renovations are determined through a process of analysis, planning and budget,” said Thebe Mohatle.

Shilowa’s furniture would be sold at an auction.

The DA's Jack Bloom said the R4.4m of furniture that had been bought for the home since 2005 was a huge waste of taxpayer's money.

"About 15 RDP homes could be built for the price of Mokonyane's smart furniture."

  • stan.luthuli - 2013-02-05 09:08

    Please Nomvula, tell me why? Why? Explain to a child starving in Alexandra township why she will go to sleep hungry tonight.

      marilyn.docherty.9 - 2013-02-05 09:49

      This is nothing else but THEFT!!!!! What a cheek - when will this blatant theft stop?????

      Desilusionada - 2013-02-05 10:03

      @thulikga.kgasi Except for your obvious love of brandy and wine,do you not once in a while stop to think? Go read your post in the context (s_l_o_w_l_y), and then maybe you will see the light....

      Klaus - 2013-02-05 10:09

      Stan - some children have no parents ? A miracle ! Or they died after a long illness ?

      ganon.nhubunga - 2013-02-05 10:29

      This thulikga.kgasi is in living in her own world. We have got orphans, we have children who live in households where there is nothing. You are like that lady when told that people have no bread and she asked why can't they eat cake. You probably went to Model C and have no idea how people live in villages and townships. I pity people like you, children is a gift from God with the results anybody can have them, there is no restrictions, even poor, invalids,ugly, any person can have them.Never was it prescribed that you can only pop them when you have something to feed them. You live in your own world lady. The money used for the furniture is too much, yes, it could had helped a starving child in Alexandra Township. Grow up lady, hence we have grants so that we can help the help the unfortunate, wasting money like this is not bo!!!Blo@dy agent this thulikga.kgasi!!!

      heathwaymaster - 2013-02-05 17:44

      With this Governments spending of tax payers’ money like water, maybe the citizens of SA need to get some perspective. Zuma 206 mill Compound : Gauteng Premier 4.4 mill furniture : Senior Minister 2.2 mill for paintings in his office etc. The average price of houses in Bishopscourt, one of the most expensive and up market suburbs in SA is 8.4 mill. The most expensive property sold in SA recently was at a price of 13.7 mill in Sandhurst Johannesburg. The average house price in Johannesburg is around the 650 thousand rand mark, considering all suburbs combined. With this information, what our ministers are spending on themselves is way beyond criminal, yet they carry on unopposed. It is evident that the masses simply strike, riot, burn, assault and kill to be heard, as without this action the Government would continue to totally and completely ignore them, while digging their snouts even deeper into the pig’s trough. What can the SA Citizen do to stop this rape. All we have is to stop paying taxes until the Government decides to become clean and efficient. This is however a complete pipe dream, as it goes against the basic behaviour of the civilized, honest and decent, educated people of this country.

      michael.kleber.376 - 2013-02-05 18:45

      If you had to add together all the money spent on ministers houses , zumas palace , mec's home upgrades all the corruption , i am sure we could have paid for the new toll roads , or help fund a power station , contribute towards a hospital . The way this ANC govt carries on one would think SA is one of the wealthiest countries around , please people use your vote to tell these thieves that their behavior is unacceptable

      ann.ornelas - 2013-02-05 19:32

      And how many hungry children do we have? Too many! They are hungry and exploited, and these children are our next generation.

      thabang.bonang.7 - 2013-02-05 19:50

      For the price of the billions colluded by construction companies 1,328,000 RDP houses could be build, for the price of millions the bread and milk companies colluded on, 167,000 RDP houses. Nkandla gate, 328,326 RDP's, arms deal 626,000, King Zwelithini's 60mill p/a salary 120,522 credit card style drivers licence 123,246, apartheid government corruption, 223,000. Everybody is just corrupt. Join in the fun or remain the stupid.

      ann.ornelas - 2013-02-05 20:02

      I need to add to my comment, How many hungry children are children of our hungry and exploited?? The cycle will not end until it is addresed

      handy.andy.773 - 2013-02-06 08:16

      Please carry on with this behavior, soon the voter will begin to realize how his/her money is wasted. For your sake I hope the reaction will be with a vote and not an assegaai.

  • janine.vdmerwe.5 - 2013-02-05 09:09

    And it simply continues.....

      brian.connell.18 - 2013-02-06 08:43

      To all members of government, especially JZ: "You propose to establish a social order based on the following tenets: that you’re incompetent to run your own life, but competent to run the lives of others—that you’re unfit to exist in freedom, but fit to become an omnipotent ruler..." - Atlas Shrugged

      napolita.kio - 2013-02-06 09:21

      @brian.connell.18 Interesting comment you have right there. Kind of wondering, do you know of ANYONE competent enough to run someone else's life?

      JManAtheoi - 2013-02-06 14:12

      Can one not take Government to court? Like all criminals?

  • JudithNkwe - 2013-02-05 09:12

    Where do they find things that cost this much? The wrong priorities are being addressed here.

      Desilusionada - 2013-02-05 10:05

      Easy, put it out on TENDER! Then anything can cost what you want it to....

      tersia.louw.12 - 2013-02-05 20:11

      ... with a little bit left over for a rainy day.

  • gr8girl786 - 2013-02-05 09:12

    tell us something we dont know !!!

  • gary.doyle.520 - 2013-02-05 09:12

    Can't stop the rot.

  • sticky.toffee - 2013-02-05 09:13

    And the professional looting and stealing of honest hard working tax paying South Africans continue...while the so called comrades continue to live off the sweat of the masses. I am not surprised anymore when I read these type of articles.

      Marie - 2013-02-05 13:23

      So milk Moore and moore the tAxpayer wee are bleed dray!! Thee will charge me penalties becoze i have no money to pay after I have payed the inflated bills to JhB billing ' eskom??? Furniture for the premier?? Thee whole city for the president! 700 000 -1000 000 rand car For the parlament'eans ?? Wonder who thee going to milk after wee have gone???

  • MSGRules - 2013-02-05 09:13

    How does this seem right to government employees. This stealing from South Africans. Is there no control, how does the payments get approved.Surely she gets a major salary and should be looking after he own furnishings. The cow can only take so much milking until it is dead!!!

      handy.andy.773 - 2013-02-06 08:22

      Do they not have a conscience though? Even if you are allowed to spend the money, do you not somehow feel responsible and would rather apply the money to a good cause.

  • fred.potgieter.92 - 2013-02-05 09:15

    Dr. Albert Schweitzer spoke very true words when he commented on how he has given his life to alleviate the sufferings of Africa. Look it up.

      evanknowles - 2013-02-05 22:26

      I believe that appears under the Misattributed section of his quotes.

  • sean.odonnell.1466126 - 2013-02-05 09:15

    The ANC Gov rats are infesting this country. We need an exterminator!!

  • jc.smit - 2013-02-05 09:15

    So the worms keep coming out, spread the news, inform the people. This is what money is being spent on that could be used to solve this countries problems. Let them see the countries BIGGEST problem, corruption and incompetence from its leadership.

      susan.paul.330 - 2013-02-05 09:39

      jc, yet nothing gets done to root out corruption...

      stephen.a.roberts.3 - 2013-02-05 10:21

      The Guys who are voting in these people are not paying taxes so they couldn't really be bothered. What they don't realise is that it could have been spent on them getting new accomodation etc.

      sticky.toffee - 2013-02-05 10:44

      Stephen you are so right. A T-shirt and a juice bottle is all that is needed for a vote come election time.....RIP my beloved SA. The struggle has ended the greed has taken over.

  • denny.cray - 2013-02-05 09:15

    Another servant of the people ...

  • theboet - 2013-02-05 09:16

    It never stops, does it?? They claim to be champions of the poor but in essence are looking well after themselves. Now how does one explain R4,4 million for luxurious furniture menawhile 12 million people go to bed hungry. I'm still worried about the fuddy-duddies who have a firm belief in the ANC despite this indulgement.

  • lois.lloyd.1238 - 2013-02-05 09:16

    Why can't they buy their own furniture with their salaries like we all do? Shouldn't be the taxpayers responsibility.

  • procold2 - 2013-02-05 09:17

    we pay again for these fools, it will only stop once the idiots are voted out

      mbuzi.khumbula - 2013-02-05 09:52


      george.frangs - 2013-02-05 15:42

      Mdu has it.

  • Brian Dorning - 2013-02-05 09:17

    we read about the corruption, but never about the firings

  • fanie.essgee - 2013-02-05 09:18

    So what is new, and so the train continous on its way, and will do so untill there is no more........ Soon................

      jill.coppin.77 - 2013-02-05 16:58

      Well Fanie, you know what will happen, they will get suspended on full pay and someone else will get hired and they will possibly get suspended etc... etc maybe 10 years down the line someone will decide to fire them or not

  • adrian.louw.102 - 2013-02-05 09:18

    Whats the point of writing anything, this will just go on and on

  • ravin.govinden - 2013-02-05 09:19

    15 houses could be built for 4.4mil. My ass, I would say about 80+ houses. That could have house about 80 family's.

  • thulikga.kgasi - 2013-02-05 09:20

    Congrats and enjoy your new furniture sis' Nomvula.Looks like she was still mindful.she did not to go 243 Mil.Pls send us a

      warren-rodel - 2013-02-05 10:00

      Yar send us the pics! I wana see.

      thulikga.kgasi - 2013-02-05 10:02

      @Shelley Have a sense of humor,things cant always be that serious.swearing on the blog the whole time wont make any dfference,when its us who still going to vote for the same people.

      james.finnemore.9 - 2013-02-05 11:17

      May the Balrog find you tasty!

      bob.mcmillen.564 - 2013-02-05 11:20

      thulikga, you see that is the bit many of us don't understand, why are you going to continue to vote these corrupt useless thieves into power, it's also your money they are stealing, your children that are going to get a useless education, useless health care etc etc, why do YOU keep voting for them.

      george.frangs - 2013-02-05 16:21

      Bob, I think she's generalising a bit...

      themba.thwala.775 - 2013-02-05 18:54

      Thuli, we pay taxes in order to receive public services (policing, health services, road maintenance, clean water, clearn air, schools, etc), not to provide a luxurious lifestyle for public servants. We pay them a salary from our taxes which they can use to buy expensive furnite and linen. You are a BWB = Beauty without brains.

      indianajohn - 2013-02-05 20:47

      Wow themba's right, she is pretty. What a waste :(

      jonathan.dutton.39 - 2013-02-06 00:03

      Thulikga, I like your attitude..I wish all South Africans followed that attitude and most of all sit up and decided who they vote fore...all politicians at the end are only interested in what goes into the back pocket.

      Recato - 2013-02-06 11:35

      Typical verkramptes. Thulikga continue.

      frank.hall.7509 - 2013-02-06 12:20 are an idiot and a reckless fool to condone this bull s...t

  • talana.malherbe - 2013-02-05 09:21

    15 RDP houses.... think about this next time you want to vote ANC.

      marcus.vermaak - 2013-02-05 09:27

      HAHAHAHAHAHA You used "think" and "ANC" in the same sentence! HAHAHAHHAHA!!!!!!!

      talana.malherbe - 2013-02-05 09:39

      LOL true Marcus, what was I thinking??

      alec.viljoen.1 - 2013-02-05 10:05

      4.4mill /15 = R293 333. Quite pricey these RDP houses - does a garage and MES come as standard?

  • colleen.erasmus.7 - 2013-02-05 09:21

    These people think they are royalty! A title does not make the person....where your heart lies that is where your treasure is! so the people think that living in a palace at the expense of people is on, sorry its not justifiable, when there are millions going to sleep at night without a place of food, a roof over there head, children homeless! I have no time for people who have corrupt values and get away with it! What message are we leaving for the man on the street, a helpless child on the street, the elderly in shacks, with no help? Its unforgivable! They will be held accountable to God one day.....Jesus said this: What you do for the least of these, you do unto Me and I am saying there is no pardonable, excusable answer for any of it! God is going to judge!

  • mondli.ngcobo.98 - 2013-02-05 09:22

    I don't think madam Zille purchases her furniture from Ellerines or Barnett.

      tersia.louw.12 - 2013-02-05 09:36

      Maybe not, but I'm willing to bet she pays for it herself.

      jacqui.daanevanrensburg - 2013-02-05 09:47

      Mondli.ngcobo.98. Madam Zille uses the furniture used many times over by other premiers. So grow up.

      letsallbefriendsdammit - 2013-02-05 10:04

      Classic mentality.. Yes, we stuffed up but I'm ignoring that completely. Instead I'll make some unfounded claim in return, that'll show you!! Mondli, without referring to madam Zille, if you can... what do you make of this spending? Genuinely, I'd be interested to hear.

      george.frangs - 2013-02-05 16:23

      It makes no difference. This cow looks like a rural "Maplotter" anyway, so she probably went to price and pride and spent those millions there. Money doesn't buy you taste.

      tersia.louw.12 - 2013-02-05 20:17

      Or class.

  • warren-rodel - 2013-02-05 09:23

    Well cheaper than breakfast.

      warren-rodel - 2013-02-05 09:53

      because they said over a few years, but in 1 morning they will smash 1 mil on breakfast.

  • anakin.skyvader.9 - 2013-02-05 09:27

    "All five bedrooms got new linen and curtains. A new TV unit, coffee tables, beds, mattresses and couches were also bought." For R1.2m?? How does one spend R1.2m on this?? The linen must have gold-threads running through them, the curtains must be self-cleaning and intelligent (open and close by themselves, the matresses must be specially wide and imported with gold springs and the couches much be the most expensive you can possibly buy on the market. The TV alone must be over R100k to go with the luxurious platinum plated coffee table at R200k sitting next to the new couches at R150k each. So come on now, who spends R1.2m on FURNITURE? This is sick and a disgrace. Have they got no shame at all?

  • - 2013-02-05 09:27

    It's no use complaining, if the government bothers to send out some form of communication, it will only spin it as to why she is allowed to do that. The only way you can really show your anger, dissapointment, whatever is to STOP VOTING ANC! Even if you don't want to vote DA, vote for any other party other than ANC! They are ruining this country!

  • cecil.wright.142 - 2013-02-05 09:27

    Maybe Zuma should be talking about this total waste of money on CNBC instead of going after the mines. I am sure that the new proposed " resource tax" will be used in the same way for all the other ANC members

  • Nyati_Photo - 2013-02-05 09:27

    Absolutely disgusting,ANC on the gray train, I suppose we should not expect anything less. The haves and havenots. Who cares its govt money. If it was their own, they would buy from Cash Crusaders

  • criticallyhonest - 2013-02-05 09:29

    I wonder....if it were possible to conduct a poll of the attitudes of a truly representative sample of SA society..adults only. What would be the majority view of this type of behaviour? Is it considered to be wasteful spending of public resources that could be used in a myriad of different ways to improve the lifes of people? or Is it considered to be a visible aspect of a persons status and a public demonstration of respect for the person and position. Sitting here behind my keyboard, with a perspective matured by a decent education and life, it is obvious that this is a waste of public money.....but out there?????? I wonder?

      warren-rodel - 2013-02-05 09:56

      Even from an unbiased point of view with all the other service issues that need critical attention, it is clear that the current government is not fit to run a country.

      john.lonsdale.5 - 2013-02-05 13:00

      Oh those other less educated do know, i spend a lot of time in rural KZN, they know whats going off and are disgusted in the ANC politicians. When I ask why do you vote for them, there response is always the same. who else can we vote for, there all the same, i mention the DA, the guys say no, they are scared of the DA going back to the old white ways. I explain that it will never go back to the old ways, look at the WC, but the local people have been indoctrinated to the fact that the DA will go back to the old ways. Democracy you say, I think not. The DA need to make a concerted effort to win Gauteng in the next election, where nearly all SA families in the rural areas have someone they know live, then clean Gauteng up and improve it. Let the people sell the DA in there home lands.

  • nhlapop - 2013-02-05 09:29

    Don’t blame them, they learn from our President. Soon all Ministers and Premiers will also have tack shops at their place! Our Economy will never grow because of corrupt government.

      tersia.louw.12 - 2013-02-05 09:38

      A fish rots from the head.

  • stefan.vanheerden.108 - 2013-02-05 09:29

    As these idiots do they spend money on themselves never mind the poor. Take more money from the public to accommodate there urge to live like kings while poor people don't have food on there tables. Well done u FOOLS!!!!!

  • paul.kershaw.18 - 2013-02-05 09:30

    Its not that the furniture actually costs that much money in actuality. Its the fact that its being pourcahsed via a 3rd and 4th party who are buying it from Beares and then adding a 500% profit to it "for the service". Thieving liars they be and ALWAYS will be.

  • franck.melaninski - 2013-02-05 09:30

    Nonetheless, I think Premier Mokonyane has served her province and this country very well over the past four years. Gauteng is now a better, safer place. Vote ANC

      tersia.louw.12 - 2013-02-05 09:39

      You're joking, right?

      talana.malherbe - 2013-02-05 09:42

      In which Gauteng are you living Franck????

      warren-rodel - 2013-02-05 09:57

      and then the drugs kick in....

      Erna - 2013-02-05 09:57


      johan.uys.75 - 2013-02-05 10:05

      He probably meant to say that the province and country served her well.

      raath - 2013-02-05 10:11

      Unless Franck is one of the thugs who is benefiting from the Premier's "service"...

      dave.elmore.5 - 2013-02-05 13:01

      This woman's spend on her credit card is R100 000 PER MONTH She is only serving herself

      abdul.cassiem.9 - 2013-02-05 14:54

      So frankly speaking u r an idiot.

      gerry.dante.33 - 2013-02-05 15:17

      you can not be real,or are you just taking the mickey out of us.

      george.frangs - 2013-02-05 16:28


      Recato - 2013-02-06 11:39

      Votela ANC! A better life for all. The only reason that these abelungus are complaining is because they still have not excepted the new South Africa. Blerrie verkramptes!

  • tumimatlala.kingfankho - 2013-02-05 09:30

    ya we r used to dis dat money could have paid 4 200 unversity fees 4 poor kids damn

      neville.watson.31 - 2013-02-05 10:31

      You know what to do at the next elections then?

  • jacqui.daanevanrensburg - 2013-02-05 09:32

    What is good for the goose is also good for the gander.

  • Andrew M - 2013-02-05 09:34

    How is it possible for these people to spend hard earned taxpayer money without any redress. Surely the state should intervene and prevent this wasteful spending on self indulgence. Again while the ANC plays lip service to the poor on how they care they live in a luxurious world of their own. Shame on you, you really do not deserve your position as premier.

  • jannie.myburgh.16 - 2013-02-05 09:36


      raath - 2013-02-05 10:11

      Of course she doesn't - it is a prerequisite to join the ANC...

  • christiana.vespucci - 2013-02-05 09:36

    Seems as the townships are no longer good enough for them. While they living in rich up class suburbs, in houses (which the White men invented/designed). driving flashy cars (which is the whites men invention and designs). Eating sushi and what not (which, I think that's the Chinese style). Eating with knives and forks (which is the whites men style). My point: this is an insult to the townships men and women. Those still living in shacks. But this is just a huge insult to the average black south African who is a w

      christiana.vespucci - 2013-02-05 09:40

      Working their butts off. Yet their tax money is not actually going where it suppose to be going. You know the funniest thing is the anc promised "fre electricity for all", "free education for all", "free service to basic health care for all", "free, housing for all". But funnily enough. We find that anyone who has, needs or wants access to all of that still has to pay. Seems as the ANC is screwing it's own kind up. That's even more funny.

  • walter.warner1 - 2013-02-05 09:37

    15 RDP house, I fear you have the wrong number my bud, an RDP house including services, on average, costs the government +/- R100 000 a house, thus R4.4m will be able to give at least a 100 people a roof over the heads, running water and toilets. Its seems the previously disadvantaged people of the country are getting screwed over more than when they lived in an apartheid regime. Well done to the ANC for biting the hand that feeds them......

      paul.kershaw.18 - 2013-02-05 09:50

      Make that 100 FAMILIES and it gets better.

      mbuzi.khumbula - 2013-02-05 10:18

      Here in Mpumalanga a RDP house cost about R50 000. 88 houses could have beeen built with 4.4m

      walter.warner1 - 2013-02-05 11:10

      Zamani, I'm 34 years old and I've had 'Affirmative active' waiting at every door since the day I started working, I can't say I like Affirmative action all that much considering that I really had nothing to do with the previous apartheid regime and yet almost 20 years later it still exists??? Come to think of it, you had nothing to do with Apartheid as well, finishing school in 2005, at a private school none the less, St. Bernard's High School, why would you resent me? You have all the opportunities at your door step and still look at the white man as the enemy when we both live in a corrupt society. I really don't mind anybody running the country, but at least provide services (sewage, water, electricity, decent roads and supply the previously disadvantaged people with what essential). All anybody wants is a government that will care for our people, not just the blacks or whites.....for all South Africans.

      bernard.gerretsen - 2013-02-05 11:52

      at that est price - zumas security upgrade alone, never mind the rest of it, could have built 1000 RDP houses! these people have no shame, they cant even spell the word. AWA

  • victor.mendes1 - 2013-02-05 09:39

    How many RDP houses could that have bought? All this while the cost of living goes up in SA!

  • sifiso.sosibo.10 - 2013-02-05 09:40

    Looks like the Alex Mafia's pulling its puppet Master strings for losing in Mangaung. Hey! Not that we taxpayers don't enjoy when ANC family members hang each others linen in public. Keep it coming!

  • talana.malherbe - 2013-02-05 09:40

    Yes and she used a "interior designer" who is a cousin of a cousin....who was paid hansomly I suppose...

      warren-rodel - 2013-02-05 09:58

      and nepotism does not equal style.

      Recato - 2013-02-06 11:40

      Talana where you there? If not, climb back into your hole.

  • iszi.doe - 2013-02-05 09:43

    Slippery slope! Point of no return reached?

  • alananthonygreen - 2013-02-05 09:43

    Greedy little piggies

      warren-rodel - 2013-02-05 09:58

      just as in Animal Farm.

  • pws69 - 2013-02-05 09:44

    That's it, I'm joining the ANC and running for a government position. I also want to live like a king, on other peoples money. Th majority have no problem with it, so why should I? (P.S.. remember Mokonyane was also recently exposed for spending almost R500,000 on her government credit card on "incidentals".)

  • bernard.heritage - 2013-02-05 09:48

    And so the gravy train continues, one day very soon, they will get to the bottom of the gravy boat.

  • Kay Carakas - 2013-02-05 09:48

    Eish why don't you people leave thees lady alone. She needs this furniture. It is very impotent. The problem is she hired an Inferior Decorator. That's where those meelyons went to.

      paul.kershaw.18 - 2013-02-05 09:51

      Yup Kay - its very impotent indeed.

  • KCorsar - 2013-02-05 09:51

    WTF, R4.4m on furnishings!! Can only assume it is handcrafted, boutique store, one off items, just so she can boast of 'having the only one in the country, darling!!' Ridiculous!

  • francoisdw - 2013-02-05 09:52

    When does this tripe stop? Will it ever?

  • Bruno - 2013-02-05 09:54

    This is becoming like gang rape - isn't rape against the law. So, what the fudge are you going to do about it Jack Bloom? The DA always uncovers these events, report on it and thats it - nothing more. This is why your credibility is going down the drain - the ANC simply carries on as they please and the opposition party sits on its fat behind feeling smug about their revelations. Do something to stop this open abuse of power.....

      paul.kershaw.18 - 2013-02-05 10:16

      I wonder exactly what the opposition party (the DA) can actually do about these things except report on them and trust and hope that the tax paying public will stand up and stop paying their taxes in protest? Its seems that we just rant and rave but we could be forming Trust's and Anti-Corruption organizations ourselves suburb by suburb. The communities of Hartebeespoort have done so to some successful degree and are now running their local municipalities themselves.....

      Bruno - 2013-02-05 10:24

      Paul, you are right. Perhaps it should be the DA to spearhead the initiative you mention. That is doing something about the situation.

  • Derick.kleyn - 2013-02-05 09:54

    I just want to congratulate news24 on the great job that they are doing in exposing the anc for the thieves that they are,people need to know the truth and hopefully this will have a major influence on the next election!

      Recato - 2013-02-06 11:41

      Votela ANC!