Nkandla: DA, EFF off to court if Zuma doesn't pay

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Cape Town - Both the DA and EFF say they will go to court if Police Minister Nathi Nhleko decides that President Jacob Zuma does not have to pay back part of the money spent on upgrading his private estate at Nkandla.

According to Netwerk24's Maryna Lamprecht, Nhleko has written to National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete to ask when he can inform Parliament about his long-awaited decision, which could be in the next week.

Zuma ordered Nhleko to assess whether he should be held accountable for part of the R246m security upgrades at his home in KwaZulu-Natal.

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