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Jacob Zuma dragged to court for child support – reports

Jacob Zuma dragged to court for child support - reports

With insufficient time spent in courthouses, former President Jacob Zuma’s legal troubles appear to be endless; even beyond his allegations of politics and corruption. Zuma is expected to appear in Durban Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday August 18, 2020 for the support of one of his children.

According to IOL, Zuma’s wife, Tobeka Madiba Zuma, wants R14,000 to support her daughter with Msholozi. It is still not clear if she wants the amount paid monthly.

Madiba-Zuma and JZ live apart

IOL cited “sources” within the Zuma family who claim that Madiba-Zuma has been living away from her husband for six months, after being sent to live with her maternal family due to an argument she had with her. ‘former president.

“Tobeka hasn’t lived with Baba for some time now. Baba is gone. She has not been to Nkandla for months. This is no surprise. The alleged source reportedly said.

The story of two former first ladies

Madiba-Zuma has often sprung from her love for Zuma, to whom she had been married for almost a decade. But she is not the first wife of the former president to be evicted from Nkandla’s farm – in 2015, Nompumelelo Ntuli was accused of being part of a plot to poison Zuma.

The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) ultimately chose not to prosecute the case because there was not enough evidence against it. Nompumemelo also said that she received no support from Zuma, with whom she had three children.

Zuma reported 23 children, the youngest being a two-year-old son he fathered with Nonkanyiso Conco, a 25-year-old woman he was set to marry, but the couple broke up.

Now, the only alleged wives left in Nkandla are Sizakele Khumalo and Gloria Ngema. Zuma was married to Minister of Cooperative Governance Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma until 1998.

Following their breakup, Conco said she made her peace that she would have to raise her child on her own.

“Anyone with common sense would understand that a man who was head of state and who has such a large family would not have time to accompany a child to a park, to attend appointments at the doctor or just buying ice cream in a mall. every day, ”she reportedly told Sunday Tribune.

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