The R250-million upgrades to President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla estate have tainted his image in the eyes of South Africa and the world. It may even signal the demise of his presidency.
The story of Nkandla goes back to 2004 and Zuma’s connection to Shabir Shaik. In the ensuing years, there have been numerous reports about the lavish spending at the president’s home and in the Nkandla district, and questions about where the money came from and who exactly benefitted.
City Press and Tafelberg Publishers have condensed these stories into an e-book, which examines the saga behind the Public Protector’s report.
The full report, with analysis, is included at no extra cost.
With a foreword by Ferial Haffajee.