What next for the Nkandla ad-hoc committee?

Tuesday reports highlighting a walk out by opposition parties of the Nkandla ad-hoc committee have left questions around the future and credibility of this investigative forum. What next for this structure and will South Africans get to the bottom of what happened to an excess of R200 million of their tax money?

Redi Tlhabi hosted Institute of Security Studies Senior Analyst, Judith February, who said:

Personally, I'm astounded by the ANC's complete disregard of this committee, both from the views of the opposition, as well as the views of the Public Protector's report, and also her (Public Protector) remedial action which says that the President has to pay back the money

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