Assuming that he got roughly the same salary for all seven years, Zuma made a total of at least R17.5 million during his tenure.
Scams are circulating that are asking people to deposit money into a bank account to help President Zuma pay for non-security Nkandla upgrades.
The newest aerial photos of Nkandla were taken with the Landsat 8 satellite on 26 February, but only integrated with Google Earth and Maps yesterday.
The petition calls on Zuma “to set an honourable precedent”, and explains that it is time to “empower the anti-corruption system to serve the public good”.
“Finally, state-of-the-art technology has revealed a method to remove President Zuma.”
The regulars Nick, Clinton and Brendyn are back to discuss some serious matters on a day of fools. Nkandla and EVE: Online are the topics this Friday.
Could we see a whole new scandal developing around the Nkandla homestead saga?
These sites will keep you up-to-date with the Nkandla judgement if you can’t be in front of a TV at 10am.
Police minister Nathi Nhleko is delivering his findings on the upgrades done on President Zuma’s Nkandla homestead.
New map pinpoints most of the NKPs revealed by SAPS.
#SONA2015 will be broadcast live next Thursday.
The founder of Bitcoin tracked down, the Nkandla report, Oscar goes to court and the first issue of Tech Made Easy.
The Right2Know Campaign will be holding a public debate in Soweto tomorrow.
Who said satire is dead?
Should South African newsrooms look at videogames as storytelling?
First the DA ad was banned by the SABC, and now it’s the EFF ad’s turn.
It was only a matter of time before someone came up with a Nkandla parody
Thuli Madonsela has just released her findings from the Nkandla Report. Read it all here.