Jacob Zuma is former South Africa president, while Cyril Ramaphosa is the current president of South Africa. Today we will take a look at both their mansions which they put a lot of money to build. As we are here to compare whose house has a better view, don't forget to follow, like, comment, and share this article. The two ANC politicians have worked really hard to reach where they are, they built themselves a magnificent house, they have a great family, and their children are also coming up well.
Zuma lives in a very huge house which is located in Nkandla, Kwazulu-Natal. If you take a very good look at the outer of Zuma's mansion, you will notice that he is a very great supporter of traditional culture. They planning is modern, but they are built among traditional cultural buildings. From a reputable source, the house is estimated to cost more than R250 Million Rand's.
Meanwhile, Cyril Ramaphosa has a residence built in Johannesburg, and Cape Town which is a very popular city in South Africa, and his house is well known by many in the region. Cyril Ramaphosa, likewise J. Zuma likes magnificent and huge residences. The house he built in Cape Town is a house every human will be yearning for. Everything is extremely expensive, from the interior decorations, the Swimming Pool, and the building as a whole, and also where it is located is very expensive.
Below are pictures of J. Zuma's beautiful house:
Checkout pictures of Cyril Ramaphosa's magnificent mansion below:
Both the former and current president have invested a lot of effort, and money to get themselves the best home a rich man could ever get, and also the best family they could ever get. A lot of people look up to them, as they regard them highly.
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