EFF: Parliament should be dissolved
The party has called for political parties to march for President Jacob Zuma to step down.
The EFF says it believes Parliament has lost all credibility and should be dissolved.
This comes after the Constitutional Court found president Zuma failed to "uphold, defend and respect" the Constitution when he ignored the Public Protector's Nkandla Report.
WATCH: Nkandla: The full ConCourt judgment summary
Congress of the People (Cope) leader Mosiuoa Lekota has called for president Zuma's removal.
Lekota says today's judgment has saved South Africa's democracy.
"I think that we must go back and meet with all the parties including the African National Congress (ANC) and ask them whether we can get together and vote [the president] out of this position because we can't be led by somebody like that. That is what I think we ought to do."
At the same time, United Democratic Movement (UDM) leader, General Bantu Holomisa, says a dignified exit from office for the president should no longer be considered.
"After this judgment there is no need to talk about dignity. The word 'dignity' is no longer going to be in our vocabulary. He messed up."
Deputy Public Protector Kevin Malunga says he's delighted about the implications of the judgment for his office.
"We are more than excited that the court has vindicated our work and entrenched what we do as an institution."
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ANC TOP SIX TO MEET
Meanwhile, ANC Secretary-General Gwede Mantashe says the party's top six will be meeting urgently to discuss the implications of the ruling.
Mantashe was speaking at the party's Luthuli House headquarters this afternoon.
He says the ANC accepts and respects the Constitutional Court ruling that the president violated his oath of office in the Nkandla saga.
He adds it's important to note that the ANC was not part of the case.
Mantashe, however, did not give details and adds it will be a private meeting.
"The leaders will of course meet urgently to into the implications of the judgment and we will take it from there."
To view EWN's feature on key moments from the Nkandla saga, click here.