Taxpayers footed bill for Maharaj's posh home

16 August 2015 - 02:04 By SIBONGAKONKE SHOBA and THANDUXOLO JIKA

Mac Maharaj stayed for free at an exclusive ministerial village throughout his tenure as President Jacob Zuma's spokesman. Maharaj, who retired as Zuma's spokesman in April, lived at the Bryntirion Estate in Pretoria - home to cabinet ministers and their deputies - for five years at taxpayers' expense.

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