‘EFT, cash or e-wallet?’ – Twitter reacts to ConCourt’s Nkandla ruling

2016-03-31 15:18


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Cape Town - The internet weighed in on the Constitutional Court's ruling that President Jacob Zuma must pay back the money for security upgrades to Nkandla on Thursday.

President Jacob Zuma and the National Assembly were found to have acted unconstitutionally by the 11 ConCourt judges in Johannesburg, and now Zuma, officially, must pay back a portion of the money.

Twitter users weighed in on the ruling at #ConCourt, “Chief Justice” and #paybackthemoney on Twitter, the first two of which are currently trending on the social media network.

Some memes focused on the fact that Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas will get to decide how much he should pay.

Others just wanted to know what payment method President Zuma would use when paying: "EFT, cash or e-wallet?".

Here are some of the memes doing the rounds following the ConCourt’s Nkandla ruling.

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