Nkandla

 
Nkandla’s ghosts, the scapegoats of state secrecy
Nkandla’s ghosts, the scapegoats of state secrecy
To his colleagues at the department of public works Sibusiso Chonco is a ghost. It is not a term they use, as they talk in hushed tones reserved...
How do we impeach a president?
How do we impeach a president?
In court papers filed on Thursday, opposition parties asked the Constitutional Court to order Parliament to put a mechanism in place to investigate...
Editorial: Parliament finally jolts to its senses
Editorial: Parliament finally jolts to its senses
There’s a strong feeling of “At last!” when Parliament’s standing committee on public accounts demands answers from officials who avoided the...
​Pace of lawfare will pick up in the year ahead
​Pace of lawfare will pick up in the year ahead
The shift from political warfare to lawfare continued apace in 2016. The most prominent example of this development was the decision of the...
President to Nkandla mayor: Zuma reveals retirement plan
President to Nkandla mayor: Zuma reveals retirement plan
President Jacob Zuma plans to be the mayor of Nkandla after retirement, he said at the funeral of late struggle veteran Riot Mkhwanazi on Sunday....
ANC denies President Zuma will be grilled for bringing party into disrepute
ANC denies President Zuma will be grilled for bringing party into disrepute
In response to the Mail & Guardian’s front page story this week, the ANC has released a statement denying that President Jacob Zuma will be questioned for bringing the...
South Africa has not yet reached its tipping point – Mbeki
South Africa has not yet reached its tipping point – Mbeki
Former President Thabo Mbeki said on Tuesday while the country was in a general crisis, it had not reached tipping point.
'No trace of a home loan in the name of President Jacob Zuma'
'No trace of a home loan in the name of President Jacob Zuma'
There is no trace of a home loan in the name of President Jacob Zuma in order to repay his Nkandla debt of R7.8-million, Netwerk24 reported on Sunday....
Opposition parties want proof that Zuma paid back the money
Opposition parties want proof that Zuma paid back the money
While political parties have welcomed news that President Jacob Zuma has finally paid back R7.8-million owed to taxpayers for security upgrades at...
Zuma pays back the money – but where did he get the R7.8-million?
Zuma pays back the money – but where did he get the R7.8-million?
President Jacob Zuma has finally paid back R7.8-million - a portion of the tax money spent on installing non-security features at his Nkandla...
Nkandla payback: Four home loan scenarios for Zuma
Nkandla payback: Four home loan scenarios for Zuma
How exactly will President Jacob Zuma cough up the R7.8-million he owes the state? ...
Constitutional Court confirms Zuma must pay back R7.8 million for Nkandla
Constitutional Court confirms Zuma must pay back R7.8 million for Nkandla
The Constitutional Court on Tuesday accepted National Treasury’s calculation that President Jacob Zuma must repay the state R7.8 million for...

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