Stone Sizani responds to M&G story

Stone Sizani, the outgoing ANC chief whip in Parliament, in an exclusive interview with the M&G this week said the ANC parliamentary caucus, under his leadership, always wanted President Jacob Zuma to repay a portion of the millions of rands spent on security upgrades at his Nkandla homestead and had always supported the public protector, Thuli Madonsela, in that regard.Sizani responded to the published article in an interview with Power FM.

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