- An elderly man residing in Katlehong managed to build a four roomed house with 18 doors,
- But, his daughter, 33-year-old Mbali Zuma, is not happy about it at all
- Although he believes the doors are artful, Mbali feels the doors are dangerous
Victor Zuma is not going to be trapped inside his own home anytime soon- he made sure about it when he installed 18 doors in his home, ignoring his daughter's protests.
Mbali, Zuma's 33-year-old daughter, does not share her father's love for doors- in fact, she believes it makes the home much more dangerous.
According to the Daily Sun, Mbali said not all the doors can lock and it makes for an easy entrance to their home at night- an inviting element for robbers.
The 33-year-old admitted they have already had an unidentified man enter their home to rob them.
Briefly.co.za gathered aside from the security issues, Mbali also fears the amount of doors would weaken the structure, making it possible for the house to collapse on them.
"The many doors will make the house unstable, as it was built long ago,” she said.
Despite his daughter's objections, the madala went on with his plans and managed to cramp 18 doors in a four roomed house.
According to Zuma, the doors are both practical and for aesthetic purposes. He reportedly believes the doors make moving around in the house easier and that they are artful.
Take a look at Mbali's tour of their home below:
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