The Nkandla Case: Members of the Law Faculty Weigh In

1 Apr 2016 - 10:15
Constitutional Court
The Constitutional Court. Source: Flickr.

After yesterday's landmark judgment in the case of Economic Freedom Fighters v Speaker of the National Assembly and Others; Democratic Alliance v Speaker of the National Assembly and Others [2016] ZACC 11, more commonly known as the Nkandla case, contributions by several members of the Law Faculty  have appeared in media reports:

Senior Lecturer Cathy Powell's analysis on Cape Talk and on 702.
Professor Pierre de Vos's input in the New York Times piece titled Jacob Zuma's home improvements violated South Africa's Constitution, court finds
Associate Professor Richard Calland's piece in The Conversation titled Dramatic night in South Africa leaves president hanging on by a thread and in The Guardian titled South Africa playing a high-stakes game as president and treasury square off
Professor Hugh 
Corder's piece in The Conversation titled Zuma court ruling: South Africans witness a massive day for democracy