Jacob Zuma shunned his last chance to come clean by responding to the Nkandla report - now it's up to those who complained to take the next step.
Zuma is obliged to answer Malema's questions; instead, security in the house is being ramped up.
While attempt to protect Jacob Zuma, the ANC seems to have forgotten the rationale behind the establishment of the office of the public protector.
Whatever his shortcomings and challenges like Nkandla and the EFF, President Jacob Zuma can rely on his secure position in the ANC to see him through.
This week it's all about the beef: Zille vs Zuma, ANC vs Thuli, EFF vs ANC - and Chris Brown vs everybody.
The public protector says she will request a meeting with Jacob Zuma "on the way forward", following the "hysteria"â€ť surrounding the Nkandla matter.
Dogged by scandal at home, President Jacob Zuma has headed to Russia, seemingly on a trip about trade relations.
Julius Malema has said his party will apply for an urgent interdict to stop the suspension of EFF MPs over recent disruptions in Parliament.
The ANC has 'noted' the ruling for the NPA to hand over the spy tapes and the DA said it would review them thoroughly to establish authenticity.
The Supreme Court of Appeal has denied the president's application to keep the spy tapes from being released to the Democratic Alliance.
While the ANC brawls with the public protector, the real issue is still being ignored. How much is going to be paid back, and when?
Jacob Zuma may owe us all some money - or an explanation. But so does Julius Malema. In this Parliamentary circus, who's the main attraction?
Nathi Nhleko said he would not consider the Nkandla matter yet, as it is in the hands of Parliament, ad "it must still be handled in Parliament".
Following the leaking of a letter relating to Nkandla, the ANC has blamed Thuli Madonsela for many things. But she could use a weapon in response.
As tension over the Nkandla report continued, the ANC said public protector Thuli Madonsela must take responsibility for the leaking of documents.
Many of President Zuma's allies make up the ad hoc committee which will interrogate public protector Thuli Madonsela's report on Nkandla upgrades.
If President Jacob Zuma does not blink on the Nkandla scandal, he could find it heading down a very, very uncomfortable legal path.