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PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma's declaration of interests lists gifts and sponsorships ranging from a rose bowl from Absa boss Maria Ramos to free accommodation for one of his wives in Morningside.
It states that Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma enjoyed the "use of property in Morningside, Durban, courtesy of Mr Malek at a value unknown".
It was reported last month that Zuma's wife had been living in Abdul Rahim Malek's eight-bedroom house in Morningside free of charge since 2005.
The story made headlines after Malek gave Ntuli-Zuma notice to move but later relented, saying she could continue living there with her two children.
The declaration reveals the names of companies and organisations to which Ntuli-Zuma, fellow first ladies Sizakele Zuma and Thobeka Madiba, as well as the president's fiancée Bongekile Gloria Ngema are linked.
But it is MaNtuli who holds the lion's share of active company memberships, with nine, and serves as director of two non-profit companies - Heavenly Promise and the MaNtuli Foundation.
Under sponsorships for his spouses, Zuma declared that Ntuli-Zuma and Sizakele Zuma were the guests of Yvonne Chaka Chaka at Sun City when she celebrated 25 years in the music industry.
Ntuli-Zuma's gifts include a tea set and a lamp shade from US first lady Michelle Obama, while Sizakele Zuma received a foot spa from former British first lady Cherie Blair.
Diplomatic gifts bestowed on Zuma included pyjamas from Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, who also gave Zuma two bathrobes, two sets of bed sheets, two jackets, two pairs of sunglasses, two leather bags and a tie in July last year when Italy hosted the G8 summit.
Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak weighed in with a multi-coloured carpet.
Zuma's gifts include a party thrown by Khulabuse Zuma - the president's nephew and a KwaZulu-Natal businessman.
The cost of a Christmas party for orphans in Nkandla that was organised and funded by the JZ Education RDP Trust Fund is not known. - Sapa