With the National Treasury's determination of the amount President Zuma will need to pay back for his personal upgrades at Nkandla, Redi Tlhabi took a look back at events leading up to this moment.
In March this year Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng's gave the Constitutional Court's judgment on whether President Jacob Zuma should pay back some of the taxpayers' money spent on non-security upgrades at his private homestead in Nkandla.
Listen to highlights of Chief Justice Mogoeng statements from the judgement:
Callers phoned in to air their opinions on the money Zuma must pay back, and reflected on Mogoeng's words.
Mogoeng Mogoeng did say that he (Zuma) is personally responsible for the money.— Beverley, Cape Town, caller
What if he (Zuma) says, the Constitutional Court has made this pronouncement, and Pravin said I must pay R7.8 million, and then he doesn't pay anything...he does not saying he is not going to pay it, but he does not pay it. What is going to happen to him?— Mos in Dobsonville, caller
This article first appeared on 702 : Callers weigh in on Mogoeng's judgment now that Zuma to pay back R7.8 million