Ex-president Jacob Zuma served with judgment over unpaid school fees

Ex-president Jacob Zuma served with judgment over unpaid school fees

- Former president Jacob Zuma is reportedly unable to foot the bill for one of his kid's school fees

- VBS Mutual Bank liquidators have their work cut out for them in their bid to retrieve R7.3 million owed to them

- Zuma is reportedly facing a default judgment for the amount of R12 517 for one of his children

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Jacob Zuma is reportedly facing a default judgment for high school fees for one of his daughters.

City Press reports that both the former president and his fourth wife Nompumelelo Ntuli were served with the judgment for R12 517.

A representative of Bentley Attorneys confirmed that the account remained unpaid irrespective of the judgment placed against the politician.

Briefly.co.za reported that VBS Mutual Bank liquidators are tasked with recovering R7.3 million from Zuma, and this latest development reveals that it may be a lot harder than originally thought.

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The liquidators of VBS Bank, which hope to recover R7.3 million from Jacob Zuma, appear to have a long road ahead of them – the former president seemingly can’t even pay school fees for one of his children.

The estranged wife had been banished from the Nkandla homestead after being accused of attempting to poison Zuma.

The National Prosecuting Authority later withdrew the charges placed against MaNtuli, as she is known, citing lack of evidence to go to trial as the reason.

MaNtuli is now contemplating placing charges of her own, claiming that she had suffered immensely along with the three children she shares with Msholozi.

Her attorney revealed that Zuma has shown little by way of interest in the children while commenting on his client's next move.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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