The Polokwane house of Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema fetched R1.4 million at auction today.
This was slightly lower than the R1.5m expected by auctioneer Aggie Stroh, of Eli Stroh Properties.
“The house is in an excellent condition, with a garden prepared by professionals. The area is a middle class area, [but] it is not economically viable,” he said before the auction started.
The SA Revenue Service attached the house to recoup a R16m tax debt owed by the expelled African National Congress Youth League leader.
Malema’s incomplete mansion in Sandton, Johannesburg, was sold at auction for R5.9m in May. His Limpopo farm fetched R2.5m at auction in June.
Several of his household goods were also auctioned off earlier in the year.
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