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Special Tribunal hears Nkandla architect Minenhle Makhanya has been hospitalised

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Minenhle Makhanya

Nkandla security upgrades principal architect Minenhle Makhanya, who was scheduled to begin cross-examination of the first witness, has been hospitalised. Special Tribunal spokesperson Selby Makgotho said Makhanya has been hospitalised at an undisclosed hospital in Durban after being admitted late on Wednesday night. He was scheduled to cross-examine the witness, a specialist from the Special Investigations Unit, on Thursday as soon as she finished with her testimony.

The matter is scheduled to commence in camera at the Pietermaritzburg High Court on Friday. On Monday the witness began testifying in the R155 million civil recovery proceedings against Makhanya. A civil claim was instituted against Makhanya after the upgrades at Zuma’s home were found to be excessive.

The matter was first enrolled in the Pietermaritzburg High Court in September 2014 and transferred to the Special Tribunal by agreement of the parties.

Makhanya said he has no legal representation due to his financial situation. He said the SIU is using state funds to fight an ordinary man, while has run out of resources.

Makhanya further raised concerns about the media presence in court since he has been found guilty in the court of public opinion. He said there is much information out there as far as his name has been mentioned in the public.

Source: News365

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