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South African Police Services (SAPS) block African National Congress (ANC) supporters from entering the Nkandla sattelite police station where South African opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Helen Zille is filing a charge against the ANC supporters in Nkandla some 178 kilometres north of Durban on November 4, 2012. Zille was prevented from visiting President Jacob Zuma's private rural residence, at the centre of a row over a $29-million state-funded upgrade. Police cited safety reasons for denying Zille and her six-member delegation passage to Zuma's homestead, where they wanted to inspect how public money was used to fund the president's private property. ANC supporters formed a barricade near the home, which is a cluster of modern thatched-roof Zulu huts. AFP PHOTO / RAJESH JANTILAL (Photo credit should read RAJESH JANTILAL/AFP/Getty Images)
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South African Police Services (SAPS) block African National Congress (ANC) supporters from entering the Nkandla sattelite police station where South African opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Helen Zille is filing a charge against the ANC supporters in Nkandla some 178 kilometres north of Durban on November 4, 2012. Zille was prevented from visiting President Jacob Zuma's private rural residence, at the centre of a row over a $29-million state-funded upgrade. Police cited safety reasons for denying Zille and her six-member delegation passage to Zuma's homestead, where they wanted to inspect how public money was used to fund the president's private property. ANC supporters formed a barricade near the home, which is a cluster of modern thatched-roof Zulu huts. AFP PHOTO / RAJESH JANTILAL (Photo credit should read RAJESH JANTILAL/AFP/Getty Images)
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