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ConCourt may not grant direct access to parties - law expert

Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) and Democratic Alliance (DA) will appear in court on Tuesday 9 February 2016, where they are set to hold President Jacob Zuma accountable for unduly benefiting from security upgrades at his Nkandla home.

In predictions looking at the outcomes of the case, Constitutional law expert, Professor Pierre De Vos told Xolani that this is an 'unusual' way of going to the Constitutional Court (directly).

He adds that if the court decides to grant access to the parties, President Zuma will lose the case.

Listen to the conversation below:

Have a look at our Nkandla #PayBackTheMoney timeline infographic.


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