Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Zuma says he never lied about Nkandla

Leonie Pretorius
17 May 2016
President Jacob Zuma told Parliament today that he had never lied about the upgrades to his home in Nkandla.
This was after DA leader Mmusi Maimane demanded to see his bond, after quoting from a 2012 statement Zuma made to Parliament, saying that his home was bonded and that he and his family were paying for it.
According to Zuma, when he answered questions about his home in Parliament in 2012, he had said his family had built the home, and not government.
Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema’s warned his party is prepared to meet violence with violence.

Scuffles broke out inside and outside the National Assembly chamber as Malema and his fellow EFF Members of Parliament fought back against members of Parliament’s Protection Services as they were being physically removed from the House.

Once the EFF benches were clear, Zuma took to the podium and started answering questions, making no mention of the mayhem that had just unfolded. 



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