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President Jacob Zuma is a man with many wifes. He is currently creating great wealth for himself, his friends and family members. He is probably one of the only people I know of who has been made president even after rape and corruption trials agains him. He is the most corrupt state president in South Africa's history. KPMG Report on Zuma

 

the man now plunging South Africa into violence, corruption and poverty Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2519690/When-Mandela-freed-hes-plunging-South-Africa-violence.html#ixzz2muYO3jrP Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
‘To see Jacob Zuma standing there in front of the TV cameras made me feel sick,’ she said. ‘He is the absolute opposite of everything Mandela believed in and lived for.’ As the world watches the Mandela obsequies being played out, a preening President Zuma will be the awful spectre at the wake, escorting presidents, prime ministers and princes around the ceremonies. He is the embodiment of how the African National Congress, the oldest liberation movement in the world, has rotted from within and abandoned its founding principles as the defender of the poor and powerless black majority. On the very day that Mandela died, a crisis was approaching in a long-running scandal about £14.5 million of state money used to upgrade Zuma’s private home in a dirt-poor part of rural Zululand. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2519690/When-Mandela-freed-hes-plunging-South-Africa-violence.html#ixzz2muYU47cX Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2519690/When-Mandela-freed-hes-plunging-South-Africa-violence.html

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Auditors secret report reveals how millions flowed to President Zuma
Exposed: An auditors' report lays bare how a range of benefactors funded a reckless president's lifestyle by more than R7-million.The report exposes the president as a "kept politician" - a financial freeloader who accepted money and favours on a routine and increasingly extravagant basis not only from his so-called financial adviser, Schabir Shaik, but also from other benefactors, including Nelson Mandela. Running to about 500 pages, the "draft" report - although it is understood to be the final version - is based on tens of thousands of documents Scorpions investigators had seized from Shaik, Zuma and others.
http://mg.co.za/article/2012-12-07-00-secret-report-reveals-how-millions-flowed-to-zuma

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Banks bent over backwards for Zuma
After 1994, South Africa's biggest banks bent over backwards to accommodate Jacob Zuma, who regularly splurged on credit. He splurged with little regard for his inability to pay off his deepening debt. This is according to evidence collated by audit firm KPMG and presented in its 2006 forensic report.
http://mg.co.za/article/2012-12-07-00-banks-bent-over-backwards-for-zuma

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EXPOSED: How Zuma got off the hook
South Africa's top prosecutors were overwhelmingly in favour of pressing ahead with the corruption case against Jacob Zuma and had dismissed the so-called "spy tapes" as irrelevant just days before the charges were sensationally dropped in April 2009. This is revealed in more than 300 pages of explosive internal e-mails, memos and minutes of meetings leaked to the Sunday Times. The documents raise questions over why then-prosecutions boss Mokotedi Mpshe ignored all their advice and let Zuma off the hook, citing the "spy tapes" as evidence that Zuma was the victim of a plot.
http://www.timeslive.co.za/politics/2012/11/18/exposed-how-zuma-got-off-the-hook-1

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Impeach Zuma, says Twitter petition
Calls for the impeachment of President Jacob Zuma began circulating on Twitter on Friday. "The leaked public protector report on Nkandla proves that president Zuma lied to Parliament and personally benefited from over R200-million of public money [without proper tender]," the petition reads. "Further, he personally intervened, unlawfully, by appointing his own architect over those already employed by the department of public works." The petition, by a group calling themselves the committee for the impeachment of the president, want Zuma and everyone involved in the multi-million rand upgrade to his Nkandla homestead in KwaZulu-Natal to be prosecuted.
http://mg.co.za/article/2013-11-29-impeach-zuma-says-twitter-petition

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Khulubuse Zuma
Impinda, owned jointly by President Jacob Zuma’s nephew Khulubuse Zuma and a Democratic Republic of Congo partner. Impinda’s business is focused on shipping crude oils and natural gas. Khulubuse Zuma is also chairperson of Aurora Empowerment Systems, which last year took control of Pamodzi Gold’s two liquidated mines, Grootvlei and Orkney. greed
http://www.citypress.co.za/Business/News/Shipbuilder-buys-stake-in-Zuma-nephews-company-20100714-2

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Khulubuse Zuma bags DRC oilfields stake
Johannesburg - Controversial businessman and nephew of President Jacob Zuma, Khulubuse Zuma, through his companies Caprikat and Foxwhelp, has gained access to two of only five blocks around the emerging rich oilfields of Lake Albert in the Democratic Republic of Congo to search for oil. These two blocks were last week unexpectedly taken from British oil group Tullow and handed to Zuma's companies. In a statement Tullow declared the awards a setback for Africa's reputation and said that it was absurd to give exploration licences in a sensitive environment to a company with no experience. Tullow added it had no doubts about its right to the blocks.'
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KPMG Report on Zuma
Click here to read the KPMG Report on Zuma
http://www.extraordinaire.co.za/search/KPMG_Zuma-report.pdf

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Nkandla report: Zuma in the deep end
Mail & Guardian News Opinion Business Arts & Culture Education Multimedia Special Reports In The Paper zapiro Partners News National Africa World Environment Sport Sci - Tech Health Amabhungane National Nkandla report: Zuma in the deep end 29 Nov 2013 00:00 amaBhungane The public protector's provisional report on the funding of Jacob Zuma's homestead directs him to repay the state and explain himself to Parliament. President Jacob Zuma. (M&G) President Jacob Zuma has derived "substantial" personal benefit from works that exceeded security needs at his Nkandla homestead and must repay the state, public protector Thuli Madonsela has provisionally found. Cabinet members have justified the tax millions splurged on Nkandla, saying it was essential in providing Zuma with appropriate security.
http://mg.co.za/article/2013-11-28-nkandla-report-zuma-in-the-deep-end

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Nkandla: Number One emerges a clear winner
President Jacob Zuma's contribution to the Nkandla bonanza was massaged downwards and he is now expected to pay for just 5% of the security-related improvements at his private residence. A top-secret March 2011 memo split the bill by allocating ­R203-million to the public purse and R10.5-million for Zuma. The document frets that "it may be necessary for these issues to be discussed with the principal [Zuma] as the financial implication directly affects him"
http://mg.co.za/article/2013-07-05-00-nkandla-number-one-emerges-a-clear-winner

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Nkandla: The letter that shows Zuma was aware of the upgrades
The M&G is publishing a letter that dispels Thulas Nxesi's insistence that Jacob Zuma knew nothing of the R200-million upgrades to his Nkandla home. The letter, containing a detailed progress report for presentation to President Jacob Zuma, was sent on November 5 2010 by the department's minister at the time, Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde. It stipulated the work done on the security installations at Zuma's private residence.
http://mg.co.za/article/2013-01-27-nkandla-the-letter-that-shows-zuma-was-aware-of-the-upgrades

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OH, BROTHER!
AN electrical company has revealed that taxpayers' money allocated for the R248-million upgrade of President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home has been used to pay for renovations to the homes of his two brothers, which are not even on the estate. In documents seen by the Sunday Times, Michael and Joseph Zuma are listed as having had supplies by electrical company Voltex delivered to their homes as part of the "prestige project" - as the Department of Public Works has dubbed the Nkandla upgrade. Invoices for the work by the Durban-based company were submitted to a building contractor involved in the Nkandla project and have been laid bare in papers before the High Court in Durban. Voltex went to court to recoup R545249 it says was owed by contractor Pamela Mfeka. She was awarded a reported R47.6-million contract by the Department of Public Works to construct six buildings in Nkandla. According to the court papers, Mfeka, 46, defaulted on the payments for electrical cables and other goods supplied for Zuma's luxury compound and his brothers' modest homesteads in Nxamalala village.
http://www.timeslive.co.za/sundaytimes/2009/09/15/oh-brother

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Public protectors Nkandla investigation continues
Public protector Thuli Madonsela will surge ahead with her investigation into the multimillion-rand upgrade of PresidentJacob Zuma's rural homestead in Nkandla – in spite of a public works report released on Sunday that "exonerated" the president. "In view of the release of this report, the public protector will continue her investigations into the matter and aims to conclude and deliver her own report by no later than March 31," Madonsela told the Mail & Guardian on Sunday. Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi said on Sunday a ministerial investigation found no evidence of state funds being used to upgrade President Jacob Zuma's private rural residence in Nkandla. "There is no evidence that public money was used to fund upgrades at the private residence of President Jacob Zuma in Nkandla," he said after releasing the departmental report on the matter on Sunday. He also insisted that Zuma was not aware of the details regarding the upgrades. But the Mail & Guardian on Sunday published a letter that shows the president was kept up to date on the progress of the renovations of his home in rural Nkandla, KwaZulu-Natal.
http://mg.co.za/article/2013-01-28-00-public-protector-thuli-madonselas-nkandla-investigation-continues

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UK gives £19million aid to South Africa - its president spends £17.5million on his palace
It is a nation racked by poverty, where 13 million people survive on less than £1 a day, and two million have no access to a toilet. Yet as his people struggle in squalor, South African president Jacob Zuma has sparked outrage by spending £17.5 million to upgrade his rural family home. Lavish works – which include the construction of 31 new houses, an underground bunker accessed by lifts and a helipad – will cost almost as much as the £19 million British taxpayers send to South Africa in annual aid.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2238017/UK-gives-19million-aid-South-Africa--president-spends-17-5million-palace.html#ixzz2JYksTgqM

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What did Zuma know about the Nkandla project?
In a rowdy debate in the National Assembly on November 15, President Jacob Zuma distanced himself from the process that resulted in the state spending huge amounts on upgrading security at his Nkandla home. Expressing anger at being portrayed as corrupt for security expenses foisted on him by the state, Zuma said: "There are two different things: my homes that are built by me and my family, and the security features that the government wanted ... to satisfy their own requirements … These are matters that the government ... don't ask me, don't ask me." But documents obtained by amaBhungane cast some doubt on the president's reply – though there are significant gaps in the material released. What is there suggests Zuma – referred to as "the Principal" – played an important role in how the process unfolded and had an input in some of the decisions:
http://mg.co.za/article/2013-07-05-00-what-did-the-zuma-know-about-the-nkandla-project

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Zuma asked to resign
......I am raising my voice comprehensively now after having promised in 2009 that I shall hold my peace, and give your government a fair chance to perform. I had warned that much of your "victories" in the run-up to Polokwane and thereafter were merely pyrrhic victories. They would yet come to haunt you, I reasoned. Indeed, they have. But now any political analyst will warn that we are on a drift to a totalitarian state, twisted by a security machinery into silence and worse. Those of us who still have voice are obliged to warn against the prevailing trend. One way of addressing this confidence deficit would be for the President and all public representatives to be subjected to a probity test, to declare for public scrutiny their tax affairs, and all matters of conflict of interest. It is also not asking too much to expect that all public officers, including civil servants must express confidence in the system they preside over by sending their children to state schools, and to utilize public health facilities. This must surely include all public sector unions like NEHAWU and SADTU. Leadership matters. Leadership must be accountable and must be exemplary, and must be inspirational. That is where you fail. Please spare us another five years under your leadership. Spare yourself any further embarrassment of ineffectual leadership. You will be judged harshly by future generations. I ask you solemnly, resign.
https://www.facebook.com/bretton.eveleigh/posts/10152112768929414

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Zuma drops Zapiro lawsuit after discovering that cartoons are not real
The Presidency has confirmed that Jacob Zuma dropped his lawsuit against cartoonist Zapiro after his lawyers explained to him that drawings are not real, and that “flat people are not the same as meat people”. According to insiders, the discovery has “gutted” Zuma, as he has now realized that the characters in his favourite film – Disney’s The Little Mermaid – are not real either. Presidency spokesdenialist, Papershredder Pikoli, revealed that the breakthrough had come late one night last week, during a passionate argument between Zuma and his lawyers.
http://www.hayibo.com/zuma-drops-zapiro-lawsuit-after-discovering-that-cartoons-are-not-real/

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Zuma expands empire amid Aurora woe
The company still owes 4,000 workers their salaries from March this year, and 40% of their February salaries. The workers have already lost their dignity, personal belongings and their homes. Out of sheer desperation, two mine workers have attempted to take their own lives, says Solidarity’s Helping Hand charity. Meanwhile, Aurora chairperson Khulubuse Zuma, who is President Jacob Zuma’s nephew, has been clinching multimillion-rand deals with Asian partners.
http://www.miningmx.com/news/gold_and_silver/Zuma-expands-empire-amid-Aurora-woe.htm

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Zuma gets SA barking mad
During a speech in KwaZulu-Natal on Wednesday the president said spending money on buying a dog and taking it for walks belonged to white culture and was not the African way, which was to focus on the family, the Mercury reported. He said there was a new generation of young Africans who were trying to adopt other lifestyles and even trying to look like others. “Even if you apply any kind of lotion and straighten your hair you will never be white,” Zuma said.
http://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/News/Zuma-gets-SA-barking-mad-20121227

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Zuma govt blows R1.5bn on luxuries – DA
Since taking office, President Jacob Zuma’s government has spent a total of R1.5 billion on luxury cars, five-star hotel accommodation, parties, tickets for sports events and “self-congratulatory” advertising, the Democratic Alliance (DA) said today. “This kind of spending represents a gross misallocation of public funds,” DA national spokesperson Lindiwe Mazibuko told a parliamentary media briefing. The R1.5 billion was R500 million more than the figure reported by her party in April this year, she said.
http://www.citypress.co.za/Politics/News/Zuma-govt-blows-R15bn-on-luxuries-DA-20100715

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Zuma might still be liable for Nkandla's security costs
President Jacob Zuma might be financially responsible in his personal capacity for over R200-million spent on beefing up security at his Nkandla homestead. According to current legislation governing the protection of national key points, the National Key Points Act of 1980 dictates that the owner of a property designated for state protection is personally liable for the costs of security measures demanded by the state. "On receipt of a notice, the owner of the national key point concerned shall after consultation with the minister at his own expense take steps to the satisfaction of the minister in respect of the security of the said key point," section 3.1 of the Act reads.
http://mg.co.za/article/2013-01-28-zuma-may-still-be-liable-for-nkandla-costs

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Zuma payments: Of battleships and Nkandla
Jacob Zuma's Nkandla ­homestead was born in arms-deal sin. The ongoing saga of the construction, financing and outfitting of the president's rural seat captures the mixture of chaos, influence and excess that seems to characterise Zuma's relationship with money – and with his many benefactors.
http://mg.co.za/article/2012-12-07-00-zuma-corruption-of-battleships-and-nkandla

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Zuma sings kille the Boer Kill the Farmer
Zuma sing "Kill the Boer, Kill the Farmer" at ANC century celebrations.
http://youtu.be/6fzRSE_p1Ys

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Zuma vows to save blacks from cleverness
After warning that black South Africans were losing respect for tribal chiefs by becoming “too clever”, President Jacob Zuma has vowed to fight cleverness in all its forms. “I will not rest on my leopard tails until I have rid myself, my family, the ANC and all South Africa of cleverness,” he said, before retreating to his intellect-proof bunker in Nkandla. Zuma stunned South Africa on the weekend by telling traditional chiefs in Parliament that some blacks were getting “too clever”, apparently not a reference to his education policies, which have made a total of zero South Africans more clever. This morning South Africa’s clever blacks reacted with shock and disgust, saying that they were embarrassed to be represented to the world by a man “who makes Mitt Romney look like a radical feminist intellectual”. However, Zuma has defended his statements, saying that cleverness was a major threat to democracy in South Africa.
http://www.hayibo.com/zuma-vows-to-save-blacks-from-cleverness/

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Zuma's son linked to Sishen firm
Duduzane Zuma (27) is, together with Jagdish Parekh, a director and shareholder at JIC Mining Services, a contractor mining company that mainly provides labour-broking services to mines. During the past two weeks Parekh has become a director of ICT and, according to him, owns 50% of this company. This means that Parekh now owns 10.7% of the mineral rights in the Sishen mine - the world's biggest iron-ore mine at Kathu in the Northern Cape.
http://www.fin24.com/Companies/Zumas-son-linked-to-Sishen-firm-20100418

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The Mail and Guardian are compiling a list of business interests of our Greedy State President, Zuma Inc. Here is the list and please report anything you know to the Mail and Guradian at the link provided below.

"Here are the business interests of "Zuma Incorporated" -- of President Jacob Zuma and his women, children and other close relatives -- as far as we could identify them from public sources.

There are likely to be some inaccuracies, many gaps, as well as stories to tell about what exactly these companies do. Have they landed contracts simply on the strength of the Zuma name? Do they do business with the state? There may also be close relatives we have not identified. If you can help complete the picture, please click here to email your responses to the Mail & Guardian.

Jacob Zuma Business interest


Jacob Zuma

In 2010 South Africa experienced one of the biggest public strikes in history. The people of South Africa are getting tired of being poor while the Zuma elite pocket billions and waste billions on parties and other luxuries.

President Jacob Zuma