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The president allegedly didn’t submit income tax returns for at least the first four years of his presidency. He’s apparently still evading paying R63 million in tax which he owes for perks related to the controversial upgrades to his Nkandla residence.
Up until four months after his inauguration Zuma allegedly received a monthly salary of R1 million from security firm Royal Security (owned by friend and ANC ally Roy Moodley). Jacques acquired a tape recording in which notorious crime boss Glenn Agliotti can be heard telling fellow criminals that President Zuma would help to protect their activities and that he’s “a gangster just like us”.
The Guptas are said to have tried to interfere with the appointment of Hawks bosses.
Zuma’s ex-wife, Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, is claimed to have ties with tobacco smugglers who are said to back her bid to become president of the ANC and SA. The party’s woman’s league has denied the allegations.