The former president appears to have had a taste for the finer things in life. The previous president reportedly built a multimillion-dollar house in Inkadla with state cash. In addition to his Nkandla home, Jacob Zuma owns a property in Dubai.
Jacob Zuma bought an R330 million property in Dubai to use as a second home, according to reputable sources. He bought the house to use as a second home, as well as the one in Nkandla, which he plans to use after he leaves politics, in the past few years, according to sources.
The home has increased in popularity as a result of allegations that the president bought it using state funds and money obtained through corruption from the Gupta family in previous years. The interior decor of the mansion is exquisite. In the gallery above, you can see photos of the residence.
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