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)

AHCA vs. Obamacare: What Changes for Businesses?
50:48 - Amid questions about the ability of House Republicans to pass the American Health Care Act, Bloomberg's Drew Armstrong examines the new bill's potential impact on the health care industry compared to what it is experiencing under Obamacare. He speaks on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)
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