New Homes Sprout on Zuma's South African Estate

Dec. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Dozens of newly-built houses have sprouted on the sprawling estate of South African President Jacob Zuma in Nxamalala, KwaZulu-Natal. The Johannesburg-based City Press newspaper reported on Nov. 24 the state spent 248 million rand ($28.7 million) on refurbishing Zuma's private property, which includes soccer fields and air-conditioning units in all of the new buildings. (Source: Bloomberg)
Greece’s Last Stand: Europe Gives Athens Final Deadline
09:25 - Greece gets another deadline, this time its Sunday and it appears to be firm. European creditors told Greece it has to accept their rescue or bailout by Sunday or they’ll propel the country out of the euro. Bloomberg’s Hans Nichols and Guy Johnson report on “Countdown.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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