Jacob Zuma Rubbishes Claims He Has A House In Dubai

Deputy Chief Justice, Raymond Zondo’s commission of inquiry into state capture has seen a number of key government officials placing Zuma and the Gupta family and their associates at the centre of massive corruption deals that schemed the country of billions.

Jacob Zuma Rubbishes Claims He Has A House In Dubai-Surge Zirc SA
Former President Jacob Zuma/Photo File: Google

Former president Jacob Zuma, since joining Twitter, has come out to address a lot of accusations made against him.

As entertaining as it is, his timing should not be overlooked. A key takeout though is that he is a normal fella like the rest of us after it was revealed that he follows a porn account.

Jacob Zuma has property in Dubai?Allegations about Zuma having a palace in Dubai is old news. In June 2017, the Sunday Times published an article claiming that the former president had a luxurious mansion in Dubai and that he was neighbours with the ousted president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe.

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The publication further alleged that the Villa L35 property on Lailak Street in Emirates Hills, valued at R330-million at the time, was bought by the Gupta family as a gift to Zuma.

Jacob Zuma’s relationship with the Gupta family has been the subject of scrutiny since the family was cleared to land a chartered plane at the Waterskloof air base, a national key point.

Jacob Zuma and the tale of the Guptas: The country is just beginning to learn about the gravity of the corruption that occurred, involving the Gupta family, during Zuma’s tenure as the head of state.

Deputy Chief Justice, Raymond Zondo’s commission of inquiry into state capture has seen a number of key government officials placing Zuma and the Gupta family and their associates at the centre of massive corruption deals that schemed the country of billions.

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Zuma’s response to Dubai palace allegations: On Sunday, the former president posted a picture of a Sunday Times newspaper, where images of him and Mugabe were juxtaposed on the photo of this Dubai palace with the headline reading

“Zuma’s Dubai palace and guess who lives next door.”

Well, Zuma has responded to these allegations on Twitter. The former president challenged the publication to provide a title deed with his name on it so that he could sell it and sort out all of his legal troubles.

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