Now that it’s time to pay back the money for Nkandla, nobody returns a phone call.
The Constitutional Court has accepted Treasury's R7.8-million bill for Zuma's non-security Nkandla upgrades
The Concourt ordered Treasury to determine a reasonable percentage of the costs which ought to be paid personally by President Jacob Zuma.
And King Goodwill Zwelithini’s decision to give title to those living on Ingonyama Trust land means the president can get the R51.5-million.
The Treasury issued a report to the Constitutional Court on Monday, saying that the president must pay back R7.8-million.
Treasury tells Concourt that Zuma must pay back R7.8-million for non-security upgrades to Nkandla homestead
The finance ministry said a reasonable percentage of the estimated costs that Zuma would pay comes to nearly 88 percent.
The national treasury will tomorrow reveal the amount President Jacob Zuma must pay pack for the non-security upgrades at his Nkandla homestead.
The party is hoping its strong mayoral candidate will help it win power in Zuma’s rural base.
The Nkandla Concourt should have helped a small black-owned business owed R9.6m by the provincial government but it hasn’t.
KwaZulu-Natal SACP chairperson James Nxumalo has gone against the grain and accepted the president's apology for his role in the Nkandla debacle.
In his speech in the presidency’s budget debate on Wednesday, the opposition leader called Zuma a thief and the ANC’s “looter in chief”, among others.
This follows EFF leader Julius Malema's vow in March this year that he would not allow the president to speak in Parliament again.
Last week President Jacob Zuma said that letters of reprimand were sent to the ministers accused of misconduct with regards to Nkandla.
The letters were sent to Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi, his predecessor Geoff Doidge, and former police minister Nathi Mthethwa.
The campaign for the president to go sends a message that no one is above the Constitution.
Mantashe said that Mogoeng's public talk about the Concourt's Nkandla judgment would provoke verbal attacks against the judiciary by politicians.
According to President Jacob Zuma, the ANC is “working hard to change the lives" of people ... It just takes time - "like growing maize".
Election tsar Nomvula Mokonyane says the governing party has the trust and support of the grassroots - despite President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla scandal.
Speaker Baleka Mbete has agreed to consider calls to establish a committee to determine whether the president has misled the chamber.
Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng defied public misconceptions and won over his critics when he delivered the Constitutional Court's judgment on Nkandla.