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    Zuma's Inkandla Compound

    Has anyone got the GPS coordinates for Zuma's presidential compound? I would like to view it on Google earth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SwiftReg View Post
    Has anyone got the GPS coordinates for Zuma's presidential compound? I would like to view it on Google earth.
    Just go to Nkandla. It is the biggest building there.
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    This is a textbook example of opulence, lavishness, extravagance and the desire to live a lifestyle which is not proportionate to the lifestyles of the vast majority of South Africans. Upon reaching the office of the Presidency , you must appreciate that you ideally there not for a salary but rather to serve the public. The message is clear: Become the President and somehow, someway, you’ll live like the King and Queen of France..
    1. Social networks are abuzz with the term ‘Zumaville,’ to indicate the sheer disgust of the President wanting to live like King Loius XVI and Marie Antionette;
    2. Is this the reason why the Secrecy Act was postulated?
    Had this transpired in 1789 in France, then the peasant of that day had a very simple solution:-
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    The peasant of our day also has a solution: a snug fitting Pirelli P7
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    The cANCer is seeing fit to steal from the people while millions are still without a their basic human right to have access to clean water.

    For the 10% of South Africans that do not have access to piped water, diarrhoea and other water-borne diseases are life-threatening.
    The 10% – or five million people – can only hope for an interim solution to overcome this problem. Their remote clusters of households are just too far from the big water infrastructure to get connected. They are not the people who have taps that do not work, these are the ones who have never seen a tap in their area. They get water from fountains, springs, rivers and even puddles after the rain.
    http://nepadwatercoe.org/south-afric...m_source=rss&u

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurock View Post
    The cANCer is seeing fit to steal from the people while millions are still without a their basic human right to have access to clean water.



    http://nepadwatercoe.org/south-afric...m_source=rss&u

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    Number 3: Knowledge without character! One ugly human quality is ego and pride! I try to keep this in check!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurock View Post
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    Some very useful food-for-thought. Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SwiftReg View Post
    Has anyone got the GPS coordinates for Zuma's presidential compound? I would like to view it on Google earth.
    -28.84387,31.099272

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