Zuma must pay R7.8m for Nkandla upgrades, Treasury finds

2016-06-27 15:10
President Jacob Zuma at Nkandla (File)

President Jacob Zuma at Nkandla (File) (Supplied)

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Cape Town – The National Treasury has submitted a report to the Constitutional Court on how much President Jacob Zuma must pay for non-security upgrades at his Nkandla homestead.

"All queries regarding the matter should be directed to the Court," the National Treasury said in a statement.

READ MORE:- Nkandla: How the R7.8m that Zuma must pay back was calculated

It was given 60 days by the Constitutional Court to calculate a reasonable cost.

According to the report, released to the media by the Constitutional Court, the total amount calculated was R7.8m.

"As a consequence, the reasonable percentage of the estimated costs of the five measures that the President would have to pay personally would be 87,94%.  This percentage corresponds to R7 814 155 as at June 2009," read the report.

Read more on:    treasury  |  constitutional court  |  jacob zuma  |  nkandla upgrade

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