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PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma's home in Nkandla

bove: Part of the 20-unit luxury compound built close to P\[fiona.stent\]the president Jacob Zuma’s house as part of the R232-million expansion. 

Top: The Zuma homestead and surroundings in 2009, left, and the development as it looks now, right. 	Pictures: DOCTOR NGCOBO and GCINA NDWALANE

Picture: DOCTOR NGCOBO
141012: PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma's home in Nkandla bove: Part of the 20-unit luxury compound built close to P\[fiona.stent\]the president Jacob Zuma’s house as part of the R232-million expansion. Top: The Zuma homestead and surroundings in 2009, left, and the development as it looks now, right. Pictures: DOCTOR NGCOBO and GCINA NDWALANE Picture: DOCTOR NGCOBO

Nkandla info reaches Madonsela’s office

By Sapa Time of article published Oct 2, 2013

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Johannesburg - Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has received the information she requested to complete the Nkandla report, her office said on Wednesday.

“The Public Protector Advocate Thuli Madonsela confirms that she has received information she had requested to complete her investigation into allegations of improper conduct and maladministration relating to security installations and upgrades at the private residence of President (Jacob) Zuma in Nkandla,” Madonsela's spokeswoman Kgalalelo Masibi said in a statement.

“The responses received from the party will be analysed and integrated into the provisional report.

“On conclusion of the provisional report, the Public Protector will share it with affected parties with a view to solicit their comments.”

Last month, Madonsela told reporters that she was still waiting for outstanding information, and that she had given “the party concerned” until September 30 to provide the information.

Madonsela's report is expected to shed light on the more than R200-million spent refurbishing Zuma's private homestead at Nkandla in KwaZulu-Natal. - Sapa

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