Zwelinzima Vavi falls on hard times

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Zwelinzima Vavi and his wife Noluthando bought their house in Morningside Manor in 2008. Photo: Jabu Kumalo
Zwelinzima Vavi and his wife Noluthando bought their house in Morningside Manor in 2008. Photo: Jabu Kumalo

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The general secretary of the SA Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu), Zwelinzima Vavi, and his wife Noluthando, could lose their multimillion-rand home in the affluent suburb of Morningside Manor in Johannesburg after the bank approached the court to have it put up for auction.

But Noluthando Vavi told City Press this week that they only became aware of the court papers when City Press made the enquiry about their home. They bought the house for R2 million in 2008.

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