Zuma’s ‘R9.6m legal bill’

2010-04-01 11:32

President Jacob Zuma’s legal fees totalled R9.6 million in the

2008/09 financial year, The Star newspaper reported on Thursday.

This is according to information provided by the Presidency to

Parliament’s standing committee on public accounts (Scopa).

About R10.1?million was spent on legal fees in the Presidency, of

which R9.6?million was for Zuma’s fees.

This is a R4.6?million increase from the R5?million figure that

Presidency chief operations officer Jessie Duarte gave Scopa a week ago,

reported The Star.

Committee chair Themba Godi said he would write a letter to the

Presidency to ask them to clarify.

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