- Jacob Zuma's kids could be evicted after they failed to pay rent for their home in Johannesburg
- The owner of the home, Zephrona Sizani Dubazana, now wants to sell the house
- The house was repossessed by Absa bank in March of this year
Jacob Zuma's children could be evicted from their Johannesburg home in Forest Town after not making their rent payments.
Zephrona Sizani Dubazana, an ANC MP, from who the Zuma's rent, has decided to put the house up for rent.
Dubazana wants to cover the financial losses she has suffered, according to a report by The Citizen.
The house was repossessed by Absa in March because the Zumas failed to make rental payments.
According to Dubazana, the agreement was for them to deposit the money into her bond account, but never did.
She now wants to gain access to the house so she and her estate agent can let in a photographer to take pictures of the home for marketing.
Dubazana also wants to let viewers enter the property.
Briefly.co.za gathered that several letters asking for permission to enter the home was sent to the Zumas but it was ignored.
The family hasn't commented on the matter yet.
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