AmaBhungane’s current Nkandla court efforts explained

Click on the link below to watch an interview, that the M&G Centre for Investigative Journalism’s (amaBhungane) advocacy co-ordinator Vinayak Bhardwaj had on Kyknet’s Dagbreek edition on the Nkandla saga.

Bhardwaj has been at the forefront of amaBhungane’s legal effort to gain access to all tender documents, internal memorandums, reports and correspondence pertaining to contractors carrying out work on President Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla residence.

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