Now that Zuma has said he will consider paying back the money we remind him that he media can be a bitch – he said before:
4. “I think there is a very specific figure on the upgrades. I think it’s about R50 million or something… The government came in… the programme while we were building our own and extending our homestead, on our own. They came in, in the middle, to deal with what they called security features. Since this was now to be the homestead of the president they needed specific things. That is what the money was spent on – not upgrading my home,” Zuma said in an interview with eNCA in February 2014.
On 3 February 2016 President Jacob Zuma proposed a “solution” to the Nkandla scandal – a week before a court case bought against him.
Is it just me or 2016 a vital election year?
All 11 reasons: #PayBackTheMoney