Probe on Nkandla far from over - DA

The DA’s Anchen Dreyer says she will continue digging until the truth is exposed.

The upgraded Nkandla homestead in KwaZulu-Natal, which allegedly cost more than R200 million to upgrade. Picture: City Press.

JOHANNESBURG - The Democratic Alliance (DA) on Saturday warned its investigation into the Nkandla security upgrade is far from over.

Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi told parliament on Thursday the report has been declared top secret and will not be made public.

This means that not even Public Protector Thuli Mandonsela or the Auditor General Terence Nombembe will have access to the document detailing the R206 million security upgrade to President Jacob Zuma's KwaZulu-Natal residence.

But the DA's Anchen Dreyer said she will continue digging until the truth is exposed.

"We're hoping that some more information will come to us via one of those anonymous sources because then I could use it in parliament where I have the protection of parliament to say whatever I want to say."