Special Report: Nkandla
The ANC majority has voted down an opposition motion in the National Assembly that President Jacob Zuma must be called to appear before the ad hoc committee mulling reports on misspending on his Nkandla home.
President Jacob Zuma's backers should rather donate money to the needy than attempt to bail him out, says the IFP.
- 'Mr Malema, you're making my work difficult'
- Zuma’s PW comparison ‘raises disturbing questions’
- Zuma: Nkandla is like PW’s George airport
- Cwele, Mahlobo to testify in EFF hearing
- Nkandla committee wants to extend deadline
- Businessman ‘offers’ to pay for Nkandla report to be scrapped
- Group offering to pay back Nkandla money go to ground
- EFF disciplinary hearing 'not about personal feelings'
- Witness recalls bare-knuckle fight in Parliament
- EFF members face music for heckling Zuma
- Nkandla walkout not our mandate – NFP
- Nkandla: Civil servants put under pressure to ‘destroy the evidence’
- Madonsela: Corruption a product of SA society
- Opposition to submit own Nkandla report to Parliament
- Nkandla 'chief suspect': Only punish me for what I did wrong
- Jacob Zuma must face disciplinary committee – Julius Malema
- Absurd to say Zuma must pay for Nkandla – ANC
- I leave Nkandla in Parliament’s hands – Thuli Madonsela
- Journalists granted access to Nkandla scapegoat’s hearing
- Theft at office of man representing Nkandla ‘scapegoats’