Nhleko expected to brief Nkandla ad hoc committee in KZN

2015-07-20 14:44

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Durban - Police Minister Nathi Nhleko is expected to brief Parliament's Nkandla ad hoc committee at the KwaZulu-Natal Legislature in Pietermaritzburg on Tuesday.

The committee, which was established to consider the minister’s report regarding the security upgrades at President Jacob Zuma’s private residence in Nkandla, will visit the homestead on Wednesday.

Chairperson of the committee Cedric Frolick said the visit to the president’s private residence will not be open to the media because the committee does not have the legal authority to allow the media to enter Zuma’s house.

But all other meetings are open to the media, he said.  

“On July 23 MPs will deliberate on what they ... discovered during their visit to the president’s private residence against the report of the police minister. Then the committee will conclude its visit,” said Frolick.  

MPs will meet on Friday to evaluate the committee's work and to determine the way forward.

Read more on:    jacob zuma  |  nathi nhleko  |  pietermaritzburg  |  nkandla upgrade

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