01 June 2023 | 03:57 AM

Advocacy: AmaBhungane’s current Nkandla court efforts explained

AmaBhungane's current Nkandla court efforts explained

Key Takeaways

Click on the link below to watch an interview, that the M&G Centre for Investigative Journalism’s (amaBhungane) advocacy co-ordinator Vinayak Bhardwaj had on Kyknet’s Dagbreek edition on the Nkandla saga.


Bhardwaj has been at the forefront of amaBhungane’s legal effort to gain access to all tender documents, internal memorandums, reports and correspondence pertaining to contractors carrying out work on President Jacob Zuma’s Nkandla residence.

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The M&G Centre for Investigative Journalism (amaBhungane) produced this story. All views are ours. See www.amabhungane.co.za for our stories, activities and funding sources.

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Caroline James

Caroline joined amaBhungane in 2022. As a lawyer Caroline’s interests are in freedom of expression, access to information and state accountability and has sought to weave those interests together in her work and academic study. She has BA (Honours) and LLB degrees from Wits University and an MA from Queen’s University in Canada where her thesis was on inconsistent global standards on accountability for corruption. Caroline has worked at the Southern Africa Litigation Centre and Corruption Watch and consulted for the Open Contracting Partnership.

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