IFP and FF+ MPs say they need time to consult with the six other parties they represent before submitting their recommendations for the ad hoc report.
ANC MPs have accused opposition parties of holding them to ransom after another request for more time to finalise their findings and recommendations for the Nkandla ad hoc committee report.
The committee met on Wednesday for the second day of deliberations this week in an effort to complete the work on Police Minister Nathi Nhleko’s report on President Jacob Zuma’s KwaZulu-Natal homestead by the August 7 deadline.
But even with a shortened report and caucus meetings during the committee’s deliberations, the MPs could not agree on which findings and recommendations should be included, leading to an adjournment before the report could be finalised...
Thulani Gqirana: Mail and Guardian