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Nkandla: Zuma’s off the hook, for now

President Jacob Zuma has once again been absolved of any wrongdoing in the security upgrades to his Nkandla homestead by the ad hoc committee.

Opposition wants Nkandla minority report adopted

Opposition parties are not giving up hope on the unlikely scenario of their Nkandla minority report being adopted in Parliament.

Nkandla committee adopts report

After hours of deliberations and disagreements over findings, the Nkandla ad hoc committee adopted its report on Thursday night.

Motion to call Madonsela before Nkandla committee fails

A campaign by opposition parties to call public protector Thuli Madonsela to appear before the Nkandla ad hoc committee has failed yet again.

MPs want ‘real culprits’ in Nkandla project

Ministers Nathi Nhleko and Thulas Nxesi will answer for the money spent on Nkandla when they face the ad hoc committee on Wednesday.

Heigh-ho, it’s off to Nkandla we go

The president is alarmed to find 11 dwarfs at his cottage, known only as the Nkandla ad hoc committee.

Nkandla security must be re-evaluated – Nhleko

Police Minister Nkosinathi Nhleko has said that security at the president's residence needs to be reassessed, which could result in further costs.

Opposition MPs want Thuli’s report in Nkandla review

Opposition parties urge the ANC to "do the right thing" by agreeing to the amendment and to avoid "looking like fools protecting the president".

Jury still out on giving media access to Nkandla hearings

The public needs to know that the disciplinary hearings of department of public works employees are legitimate.

Nkandla: Committee tells Zuma to blame employees

An ANC-only committee has absolved the president of any wrongdoing and recommended that he deal with the state employees who oversaw the upgrades.

Parliamentary Nkandla committee finalising report

The committee, which is made up of ANC members only, is expected to table its report on President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla upgrades on Friday.

Opposition parties to table own Nkandla report

Opposition parties, who withdrew from what they said was an 'ANC study group" ad hoc committee on Nkandla, will table their own report.

Zuma not responsible for Nkandla overspend – ANC

ANC MPs have said President Jacob Zuma is not financially responsible for overspending on the R246-million security upgrades at his Nkandla homestead.

Opposition walks out of Nkandla committee

Opposition parties say they will not be part of a process that shields President Jacob Zuma from liability for abuse of state funds.

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