Parliament’s Nkandla ad hoc committee last week called for Madonsela to be questioned about her report into the R246-million upgrades to President Jacob Zuma’s rural KwaZulu-Natal homestead.
Madonsela has told a media briefing that she stands by her conclusion that Zuma should pay back some of the money spent on non-security related features, like the swimming pool, visitor’s centre, cattle kraal, chicken run and amphitheater at his Nkandla residence. At a press conference held at her offices today, Madonsela spoke about about the "misinformation" around her report, such as the fact that she never asked for Police minister to review:
I am deeply saddened to have to use media to communicate with you (South Africa) instead of Parliament. I have wondered... what would have Nelson Mandela made of these bizarre events?— Thuli Madonsela
Click below to hear 702's Xolani Gwala unpacks the issues with EWN Reporter Alex Eliseev...
This article first appeared on 702 : No instruction on how much money President Zuma must pay back