Khulubuse Zuma, who has been provisionally sequestrated with claims that he owes R1.4bn to creditors of the Pamodzi mining group, says he has only now consulted a lawyer in the matter. 

The nephew of former president Jacob Zuma says he has an agreement with the liquidators that he will pay them R23m, that R10m has already been paid, and he is confident he can pay the balance before the end of 2019.

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