Zuma's South African Nkandla home upgrade 'unethical'
South Africa's top corruption fighter has said President Jacob Zuma "benefited unduly" from using state money to improve his rural residence.
The changes to Mr Zuma's private home, including a pool and cattle enclosure, cost taxpayers about $23m (£13.8m).
In a report more than 400 pages long, Public Protector Thuli Madonsela accused Mr Zuma of unethical conduct.
Milton Nkosi reports.
- From the section Africa