South African President, Jacob Zuma. Presidential Secret Leaked By Journalist Pauw
South African President,has just been blown off the winds after his visit to Nigeria,where a sub convincing political friendship image of himself was erected by the Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha.
The secret of his presidency was revealed in the The President’s Keepers by Pauw in his fifth non-fiction book which hits the media shelves this week.
The book further contains the following startling revelations about Zuma, his ex-wife and ANC presidential candidate Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and a network of shady characters who Pauw claims keep Zuma in power.
In one chapter of the book, Pauw details how a SARS official in 2010 discovered that Zuma had been receiving payments of R1m a month from Royal Security.
Royal Security is a company owned by Durban businessman and well-known ANC-supporter Roy Moodley.
According to Media24 investigative journalist Jacques Pauw’s claims , Jacob never declared it to the South African Revenue Service (SARS).
The payments were made during the 2009-’10 tax year and Zuma received his “salary” from Moodley’s company for at least four months after he became president in 2009, according to the book.
The company allegedly failed to pay SARS the necessary Pay As You Earn (PAYE) tax on their “employee’s” salary, and Zuma also allegedly failed to declare this boon from Royal Security to the tax collector.
According to Pauw, the matter caused for considerable ructions within SARS after the revenue collector raised red flags about the undeclared income.
News24 has previously revealed that a technology firm that won a multibillion-rand contract from the Passenger Rail Agency (Prasa) channeled R550m to another of Moodley’s companies for no apparent business reason.
The president‘s spokesperson, Bongani Ngqulunga said he would look at News24’s queries around the matters raised in the book, but he did not provide a response.
For more details , grab a copy of this book..
Now what do we think about Rochas statue of Zuma?