President Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla homestead has been put up for sale on online classifieds site OLX.

The advertisement complete with pictures and a map lists the property at R260 million and describes the president’s home as a “3.83ha luxury compound with world-class security & entertainment infrastructure for sale in the pristine & historical sprawling hills of Nkandla municipality ‘Enqabeni Enkulu KwaZulu’”.

It goes on to say that the estate is in a “prime location with strategic seclusion and road access points perfect for highly discreet, protected and luxury serene living”.

The advert was posted on February 11 by a person identified on the site as Ntoeng Sekhoto.

“Equipped with almost any amenity an international stately family would require, complete with security operational quarters, helipad & underground bunker with seamless “panic-mode” transit rail – this kingdom of exclusivity is a secure dream in the heartland of balmy Kwa-Zulu Natal,” reads the advertisment.

The cheeky poster also lists the telephone number for the presidency in Cape Town for more details.

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The advert describes several key features to tempt potential buyers, which include:

– Kraal / Livestock enclosure with culvert – 37.8m diameter

– Small fowl enclusure [sic] – perfect for ducks, quails, hens

– Amphitheatre

– First-aid house with dedicated diesel-powered generator

– Tear-drop Pool for leisure & emergency use.

– Access to astro-turf & soccer field on estate

– Generous Staff Living Quarters

– Upgraded central air-conditioning in all sections & rooms.

– Underground bunker with ample living quarters with autonomous water systems

– Bullet proof windows

– Electrical fail-proof perimeter fence around entire property & section 1-3.

– Seamless state-of-the-art bunker lift between Main house & Bunker to ensure efficient transit to protected zones.

– 1 Gatehouse equipped with surveillance equipment & supplies

– Lightning proof mechanism on all thatched roofs

A formal query has been sent to the Presidency for comment.

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