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Zuma's South African Nkandla home upgrade 'unethical'

20 March 2014 Last updated at 00:37 GMT

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.

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