|Side-eyeing the South African president: Mazibuko|
The article continues about President Zuma's taxpayer spending for personal use: "On Sunday, the Democratic Alliance called for Public Protector Thuli Madonsela to probe allegations that R203 million of taxpayers' money would be spent on the project. The DA's outrage came after City Press reported Zuma would only be footing five percent of the bill, around R10 million. Mazibuko said it was a social injustice to pay R203m [US$24.3 million] when the region, in northern KwaZulu-Natal, needed clinics, hospitals, and 'decent' classrooms. She said the money could instead be used to build 3692 RDP houses worth R55,000 each, pay 846 school teachers a monthly salary of R20,000 for a year, or hire almost 2000 trucks for a week to deliver textbooks in Limpopo."