No parly committee recommended that Zuma should #PayBackTheMoney

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Stone Sizani
Stone Sizani

None of the three parliamentary ad hoc committees on Nkandla said President Jacob Zuma must pay for a portion of the Nkandla upgrades.

Stone Sizani, who until last week was the ANC’s chief whip in Parliament, said on Friday that two ad hoc committees instructed Cabinet to determine a “reasonable amount” for the president to pay for the renovations to his home in KwaZulu-Natal.

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