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South African opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Helen Zille is whisked away by security and members of the South African Police Service 's member after she laid a charge against ANC supporters not allowing Zille to enter President Jacob Zuma's private residence in Nkandla some 178 kilometres north of Durban on November 4, 2012 .The DA would inspect roads around the property and attempt to enter President Zuma's compound.Zuma's private home will reportedly feature underground bunkers,a clinic,a fire station,a special quarter for police and a helipad.The estimated costs for the current upgrade is set to cost 30 million US dollars.The DA has called for an investigations to the funding and upgrading of the Zuma's residence.AFP PHOTO / RAJESH JANTILAL (Photo credit should read RAJESH JANTILAL/AFP/Getty Images)
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South African opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Helen Zille is whisked away by security and members of the South African Police Service 's member after she laid a charge against ANC supporters not allowing Zille to enter President Jacob Zuma's private residence in Nkandla some 178 kilometres north of Durban on November 4, 2012 .The DA would inspect roads around the property and attempt to enter President Zuma's compound.Zuma's private home will reportedly feature underground bunkers,a clinic,a fire station,a special quarter for police and a helipad.The estimated costs for the current upgrade is set to cost 30 million US dollars.The DA has called for an investigations to the funding and upgrading of the Zuma's residence.AFP PHOTO / RAJESH JANTILAL (Photo credit should read RAJESH JANTILAL/AFP/Getty Images)
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