Premier Helen Zille has rejected President Zuma's claim that she leaked "confidential contents" from a meeting.
President Zuma's lawyer says his client has always been prepared to pay what he owed on upgrading Nkandla, if anything.
"We are not going to agree to any settlement that still undermines the office of the Public Protector," Julius Malema told reporters.
EFF leader Julius Malema responded to President Zuma’s Nkandla proposal. Here are some of his quotes.
The EFF has rejected President Jacob Zuma's offer to #PayBackTheMoney on supposed security upgrades at Nkandla.
If the DA came to power, it would lead with only 15 ministries, according to the party's leader Mmusi Maimane.
The Constitutional Court says President Zuma’s Nkandla settlement proposal is a matter for the parties to decide.
It remains unclear how much President Jacob Zuma may have to pay back from the cost of upgrades to his Nkandla homestead.
“Zuma has a habit of backing down only when he's in a corner,” said one analyst in response to the president’s Nkandla offer.
President says Western Cape Premier leaked information from a meeting between himself and all nine provincial premiers.
Analysts say Zuma’s Nkandla reversal will not alter the outcome of either the legal battle over his private home or the local government elections.
The ANC has welcomed President Jacob Zuma’s offer to settle the court case on Nkandla, but stressed that he did nothing wrong.
If President Zuma is allowed to choose his own process in this matter, it will open the door for others to follow suit, says the DA.
While political parties seriously addressed President Zuma's offer to #PayBackTheMoney, tweeters opted for a light-hearted approach.
Political parties expressed their views on social media after President Jacob Zuma announced his "solution" to the Nkandla saga.