Questions remain unanswered about why Nxesi lied about the Nkandla task team report, which exonerated President Zuma from any wrongdoing.
The DA's parliamentary leader says the public works minister should be investigated for "misleading" Parliament on his task team's Nkandla report.
DA parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko has vowed to table a motion to impeach President Jacob Zuma if the Nkandla report implicates him.
A court has ruled that the minister of public works will pay the costs of the DA's application for the release of the full Nklandla report.
In a TV interview, Jacob Zuma has instisted he will not resign over the Nkandla scandal, saying SA does not know if he has done anything wrong.
President Jacob Zuma has denied that security upgrades to his private residence in Nkandla cost R200-million, saying it instead cost over R50-million.
The DA has filed an affidavit in its court battle to get access to the Nkandla report, says parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko.
A newspaper report claims the woman who received a house from the Economic Freedom Fighters near Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead is far from destitute.
Government has revealed its intention to deter leaks by deploying the State Security Agency and police to find out who leaked Nkandla to the M&G.
The release date for the public protector's final report on the upgrades to Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead is expected to be announced next month.
The ANC deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa says the ANC will not tolerate its supporters preventing other parties from campaigning.
The case of three minors and 27 ANC-linked adults accused of public violence following an EFF event near Nkandla has been postponed.
While speaking out against clashes between ANC and EFF members in Nkandla, Jacob Zuma has told a crowd that "booing is a part of self-expression".
As 30 ANC supporters are expected in court following an EFF home handover in Nkandla, the woman who was given the house has expressed concerns.
Julius Malema's handover of an EFF-built house caused a fracas outside Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead, with ANC supporters disrupting proceedings.
The ANC has had to depersonalise the issue of Nkandla ahead of elections, making it less about Jacob Zuma and more about wrong or over-expenditure.
Two front page stories in two different papers, in two days on two different issues - quoting me. Not a bad start to the year, writes John GI Clarke.