Nhleko's Nkandla report cost R26k to produce
Nathi Nhleko's says the money was spent on the architectural and cultural experts he consulted.
CAPE TOWN - Police Minister Nathi Nhleko's revealed that it cost R26,000 to produce his report on Nkandla.
In March 2013, Public Protector Thuli Madonsela released a scathing report on Nkandla.
Madonsela found that Zuma and his family unduly benefited from the R246 million upgrades to his home.
She recommended that the president pay back a portion of the money.
Nhleko disclosed the figure in a written reply to a Parliamentary question from the Democratic Alliance (DA)'s Dianne Kohler-Barnard.
He says the money was spent on the architectural and cultural experts he consulted.
Meanwhile, Nhleko will appear before Parliament's ad-hoc committee on Nkandla next month.
In terms of a draft programme agreed to today, he'll take the committee through his report on 21 July.
Nhleko's briefing could see sparks. The DA says it's riddled with errors and also unlawful.
Committee members were given copies but did not discuss the DA's James Selfe's submission, in which he argues the report should be set aside.
It was also agreed that the committee will visit Nkandla to see what's been done there; a trip set down for 22 July.