With Jacob Zumas largest asset, Nkandla, effectively belonging to the Ingonyama Trust under King Goodwill Zwelithini, just how the ex-president will be able to repay a massive pending debt following a high court judgment remains a mystery.
The taxpayer will likely not recover much of the millions already spent on his legal fees and, if he is pursued for the debt, he could be declared insolvent.
Its government land [Nkandla] so the way I see it going forward is that he will not be able to fund it, said advocate James Grant.
If the property is owned by the king, then the Zulu nation might be entitled to evict him and sell it on. Hes got nothing. Even his property is arguably not his. Theoretically, your home becomes part of the lan…
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