SACP to meet on ConCourt Nkandla ruling
Alex Mashilo says the way forward will be debated by the SACP's central committee members.
JOHANNESBURG - The South African Communist Party (SACP) says its polit bureau meeting today will thoroughly assess the political implications of yesterday's Constitutional Court judgement against President Jacob Zuma.
But the party says it's too early to comment on the court's finding and to contemplate the political ramifications for the president.
The SACP says it notes the unanimous judgment in the ConCourt relating to the powers of the Public Protector and the president's Nkandla homestead.
Spokesperson Alex Mashilo says the way forward will be debated by the SACP's central committee members at today's meeting.
The meeting is expected to wrap up this weekend.
To view EWN's feature on key moments from the Nkandla saga, click here.