The former president seems to have a soft spot for the good things in life. The former president owns a multimillion-dollar mansion in Inkadra, which is said to have been built with public funds. Jacob Zuma also has a mansion in Dubai, which is outside his Encandela residence.
According to reliable sources, Jacob Zuma bought a 330 million rand mansion in Dubai as his second residence. According to sources, he bought this house as a second home and the house he planned to use in Encandela after leaving politics a few years ago.
This mansion has become more and more popular due to accusations that the president used state funds and corrupt funds from the Gupta family to purchase the house in the past few years. The mansion is quite luxurious with first-class interior design. Look at the photos of the houses in the gallery above.
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