While the parliamentary committee is ready to start, the DA says it would need more time to ensure the investigation into Nkandla is thorough.
While the public protector looks into allegations of state resources spent on electioneering, the ANC has blamed everyone else for Zuma being booed.
The ANC has nominated seven MPs to Parliament for a committee to consider President Jacob Zuma's submissions on the public protector's Nkandla report.
Complaints by the Democratic Alliance and Agang SA allege that the ANC is using state resources to hand out food parcels at election rallies.
ANC chairperson Baleka Mbete says there are no plans to legally challenge public protector Thuli Madonsela's report on Nkandla.
When Number One finds himself in compromising positions, he can be thankful he has some trusty minions to correct matters. It's despicable, really.
Cope has announced it will not form part of the special parliamentary commitee to investigate President Jacob Zuma's response to the Nkandla report.
Aspects of Thuli Madonsela's report on upgrades to Jacob Zuma's Nkandla home are confusing and need clarity, say security cluster ministers.
National Assembly speaker Max Sisulu will investigate the Nkandla report before May 7, according to DA and FF+ sources.
DA Gauteng premier candidate Mmusi Maimane claims President Jacob Zuma's livestock have better living conditions than communities in Tembisa.
Neither the public protector nor the IEC will investigate a campaign by the Gauteng government worth millions that seems to punt the ANC.
Durban attorney Comfort Ngidi, who is leading the charge against the public protector's Nkandla report, does not shy away from contentious issues.
The public will have to fork out at least another half a million rand for the homestead – every year.
President Jacob Zuma says he will give Parliament a "further report" on his Nkandla home once the SIU completes its investigation.
Wednesday marks the deadline for President Jacob Zuma's response to the Nkandla report, and opposition parties want Parliament recalled for debate.
Are South Africans really so damaged by the past that we remain in denial about the inconvenient truths surrounding our politicians?
In an unexpected move, the presidency has thrown open the doors of Jacob Zuma's Nkandla homestead to the M&G, inviting us for a tour of the property.
ANC secretary general Gwede Mantashe has found himself in several tough spots, while trying to defend the ANC’s position on Nkandla.
The ANC has reneged on a promise to invite SA into Nkandla by way of the media - but as a flip-flop it hardly registers compared to previous examples.
Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe has urged the government to implement Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's recommendations in her Nkandla report.