Zuma�s wife allegedly tried to kill the president

Zuma and Ntuli-Zuma during their traditional wedding
Zuma and Ntuli-Zuma during their traditional wedding

President Jacob Zuma's controversial wife Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma has been banned from his Nkandla home following sensational claims of a plot to poison the president, reports Sunday Times

After months of speculation about the president's relationship with Ntuli-Zuma, sources said the reason she had been cast out related to suspicion by the president of her involvement in an alleged plan to poison him. She now lives in Durban North with her three children. 

The president's office has refused to comment on the claim, which has been confirmed to the Sunday Times by three sources. 

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