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Zuma says he will pay back money to defend court battles should he lose: Ramaphosa

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But Malema was not impressed with the answer‚ saying it did not include other legal cases in which the taxpayer had footed his bill such as litigation on the Nkandla matter and his court challenges against the Public Protector's state of capture report.

Malema put it to Ramaphosa that with those two cases and many others factored‚ his estimate was that government has spent more than R64-million in courts in defence of Zuma.

"The amount you're pointing at‚ we don't think that it includes cases like Nkandla case‚ cases like the Public Protector case [in] which the court was very clear that he must from his personal pocket and he's appealing that.

"So if you were to take all these cases…that amount in our calculations we're sitting at almost R64 million which has been paid for the former president‚ the delinquent himself‚" said Malema.

Ramaphosa said the R15.3-million he presented earlier‚ was what the "the department of justice has been able to collate up to now".

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