In a scathing statement, the Jacob Zuma Foundation said the former president was consulting his lawyers and would meet the Press Ombudsman over the reports.
The foundation slammed the Sunday Times for the story, saying it was fabricated and had put the life of the former president in danger.
“On June 4, 2017, the Sunday Times published that the former president has a Dubai home. To date, the newspaper has failed to produce evidence of that non-existent property.
“On October 14, 2018, the Sunday Times admitted that it had published tainted scoops during the Zuma presidency.