There’s an awful lot of feasting going on in Nkandla. What’s really up?
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I have been to Nkandla on several occasions over the years. During one visit I even made it onto the premises of the renowned KwaDakwadunuse homestead, where I saw, for the first time, what a “fire pool” looks like.
Sadly, in all my trips to the rural town with an incredibly rich history, I have never been invited for tea with its most famous resident.
Don’t get me wrong, I am not complaining. As a political journalist I have had several instances where I shared a table with former president Jacob Zuma and witnessed how fond the man is of his rooibos tea...