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President Jacob Zuma stands outside Parliament at the State of the Nation address in Cape Town. (Nic Bothma, AP, File)
President Jacob Zuma stands outside Parliament at the State of the Nation address in Cape Town. (Nic Bothma, AP, File)

On the evening of Friday July 29, a large convoy of vehicles, believed to be that of President Jacob Zuma, was spotted in the vicinity of the Guptas’ Saxonwold compound.

This was not an irregular event.

Neighbours, dog-walkers and joggers have become accustomed to seeing the convoy in the area as the president comes to pay his respects to his employers or take instructions, or simply to enjoy a spicy dish.

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