The house is the location he was alleged to have raped ‘Khwezi’.The five-bedroom mansion in which former president Jacob Zuma allegedly r@ped Fezekile “Khwezi” Ntsukela Khuzwayo in 2005 is up for sale for R6.5 million.
The home, which is located in the affluent, tree-lined suburb of Forest Town, also has five bathrooms, four entertainment areas and a koppie in the garden.
Sunday Times reports that Zuma’s spokesperson confirmed that the house was up for sale but could not disclose any more information as the property was not a state home.
The publication also states that the home was bought for R3.6 million for Zuma by Hola Recruitment & Selection Services in 2005. The company is allegedly owned by Zephroma Sizani Dubazana who once worked as Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma’s personal assistant while Zuma was deputy president.
Firzt Realty is handling the sale and a consultant told the publication the house could be viewed by appointment.
Source: The Citizen