Johannesburg - Three luxury cars and household goods
belonging to Khulubuse Zuma have been auctioned off to pay R10m owed to Protea
Coin Security, according to a report on Tuesday.
Zuma is President Jacob Zuma's nephew and one of the
directors of Aurora Empowerment Systems, the company which was removed as
preferred bidder to buy the insolvent Pamodzi gold mines.
The Times newspaper said BMWs, a flat screen television, a
pair of Anthem amplifiers, a dining room table, bar stools, chairs, microwave
oven, washing machine and garden table set went under the hammer in Durban on
The assets, which were auctioned off for R160 000, were
confiscated following an execution order brought by Protea Coin.
Protea Coin's lawyer Nic Viviers told The Times last week
that the security company could now apply for an execution order for Zuma's
The security company was trying to recover the R10m owed by
Aurora for services it provided at Pamodzi's Grootvlei mine in Springs, east of
Aurora - whose other director is Nelson Mandela's grandson,
Zondwa Mandela - has been accused of destroying infrastructure at the mines and
causing the loss of more than 5 300 jobs.
Trade union Solidarity brought an application to have Aurora
liquidated as part of its claim for R3.1m in unpaid wages to workers at the two