Zuma's "home, sweet home" is not, apparently, a homestead... (Image: GCIS)
Kevin SavageIt's begining to remind me of that wonderful memo we got saying that Sun City had to called "that well-known resort in the Pilansberg"! What bullshit. If I am paying 200 million for this I will call it what I like. Can I ask where it's exact LOCATION is?
John MannIn Africa the Chief or King rules all he sees and touches. So in Zuma's oppinion all the money that our taxes contribute to "kitty" belongs to him personally. You did not dare tell Shaka Zulu what he could or could not do with what he saw as his property. There was no Constitution or Democracy then and as far as Zuma is concerned nor is there any now. The "elite" are not governed by those rules. Constitutions et al are for the peasants who get up each day and work for Zuma. That is - all us S'Africans. That's why Zuma is now saying we must solve SA's problems the African way and not white people's ways. Watch out soon we will be governed by Traditional African law again if Zuma has his way. Voting for Zuma by any SA taxpayer is like a chicken voting for Col. Saunders
Tim Singiswalet him explain what is a compound and what`s not because once you close an establishment to the public and reserve it to the revenge of the democratic people its a compound!
Vanessa du plessisEishh, Why does everything get classified as racisssst in our land - is there no weapon against such idocy?
In the US many people occupy compounds...some, like Camp David, hold people like Obama - who seems quite benign on the racial front. Others like the Waco compound of David Koresh ended in 75 shot dead before the ashes settled ... NO one was allowed in there either. Remember ?