The Most Expensive Watch In SA Costs R47 Million, and it is Owned by Jacob Zuma
By Sure_Update | self meida writer
Published 26 days ago - 7367 views
Watches are very luxarius things and a few watches are costly and they can really advise you if an individual has cash or not.
Most costly watches on the planet are produced using Italy and the most costly watch in South Africa could cost almost R45 000. One individuals who really own this watch is the previous South African president Jacob Zuma. He was seen wearing this a few times and this is the image was shot while he was wearing it.
The watch has been planned by Patek Philippe and it had 18k gold likewise this watch may been endorsed by Patek Philippe. The watch was sold for R47 000 of every 2018. Presently this watch may cost over R47 000, if an individual needs to add it in his watch assortment. Will Zuma sell his?
This watch might be demonstrate that Jacob Zuma has sumptuous way of life. His watch assortment is awesome. What amount do you think the watch cost today?
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