Dlamini may not be able to pay her legal bill: report

According to the register of Parliament's interests, Dlamini's house in Pietermaritzburg, several equity portfolios, including in Telkom and Vodacom, and an investment at Sanlam.

If Dlamini's assets are insufficient to cover its debts, it can be declared insolvent and lose its job, according to Rapport. According to Section 47 of the Constitution, "unquoted insolvencies" can not be members of the National Assembly.

The final amount that Dlamini has to pay is not yet known.

The court also ordered that the National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) decide whether they should be prosecuted and would be convicted of perjury due to perjury.

Dlamini appeared to have lied before the court about hiring workflows to deal with the subsidy crisis that reported directly to her.

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