Zuma’s letter to Parliament on the Nkandla report

President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday submitted a response to the speaker of the National Assembly, Max Sisulu, regarding public protector Thuli Madonsela's report on the security upgrades at Nkandla. This was on the final day of the 14-day deadline set by Madonsela for the president to respond.

On Wednesday, the presidency released a statement saying Zuma would give Parliament a "further report" on "decisive executive interventions" on his private Nkandla home after receiving a report from the Special Investigating Unit, which he directed to probe the security upgrades.

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