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S.Africa's Zuma shifts blame on private residence upgrade

South Africa President Jacob Zuma's private Nkandla home on October 12, 2012South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma Thursday informed parliament that the minister of police should decide if he was liable for the controversial state-funded security upgrades on his private home. Zuma’s rural homestead received an approximately $23 million facelift about four years ago, prompting a probe by the public watchdog. The public ombudsman Thuli Madonsela in March ruled that Zuma had “benefited unduly” from the construction, ordering him to pay part of the cost. In a written report to parliament, Zuma said the minister of police should determine if he was “liable for any contribution in respect of the security upgrades,” which include an array of non-security features.

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