The statements "seek to distort the findings" of the report by the commissioner who was tasked to conduct an inquiry into the affairs of Pamodzi.
Thuli Madonsela, Julius Malema, Lindiwe Mazibuko, and Joseph Mathunjwa have refuted claims that they are spies.
Cosatu's Bheki Ntshalintshali says the report also shows that the auditors had not been able to meet Zwelinzima Vavi, despite attempts to do so.
Two children, aged five and 10, had been quarantined with cholera at Beitbridge District Hospital, according to a media report.
The members have alleged violation of the party's constitution as well as the rules governing the election that saw Julius Malema voted in as leader.
The DA says the publication pulling out of the system meant it was no longer possible to hold the newspaper accountable for fairness and accuracy.
When asked about the arrest of DA members, police commissioner Arno Lamoer said security had been a national operation with different role players.
The application was dismissed with costs, with the judge saying Zuma's interests were not directly affected.
Zuma said the historical legacy of a racially-structured economy needs to be tackled as it's hampering transformation.
Based on its observations, the SADC Electoral Observation Mission says the elections were free and fair, reflecting the will of Lesotho's people.