Newly appointed presidential spokesperson Khusela Diko said that only 15% of the house was habitable despite the huge amount spent on it.

The house which was nicknamed JL Dube Presidential House in Durban was given a face-lift back in 2009,, where a reported R40M was spent on renovation before ex President Zuma took over.

Plans are already at an advanced stage to pour in a further R10m to revamp the home, which would bring the total spend on renovations to R50m since 2009.

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