Jacob Zuma’s family could be kicked out of posh Joburg home

Johannesburg – Litigation brought in a bid to evict former president Jacob Zuma’s family from their posh rented home in Forest Town, Johannesburg, looks set to be settled out of court.

Businesswoman and ANC MP Zephrona Sizani Dubazana dragged the Zumas to the South Gauteng High Court, Johannesburg, in her attempt to repossess the home procured for Zuma after he was axed from government in 2005.

After buying the house to the tune of R3.6million via her company Hola Recruitment and Selection Services, Dubazana rented it to Zuma.

Dubazana was previously labelled a Zuma benefactor, and has faced allegations that her businesses scored government contracts due to this.

Dubazana resorted to the courts late last year after the Zumas allegedly defaulted on rent.

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