WATCH: Concourt considers disclosure of party funding

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The Constitutional Court will give judgment on a case brought by the UDM, EFF and DA against the Speaker of the National Assembly.The political parties want members of parliament to vote in secret on a motion of no confidenceinPresident Jacob Zuma.?

The Constitutional Court will give judgment on a case brought by the UDM, EFF and DA against the Speaker of the National Assembly.The political parties want members of parliament to vote in secret on a motion of no confidenceinPresident Jacob Zuma.?

WEB_PHOTO_CONCOURT_RECORDED_2206.jpg

The Constitutional Court will give judgment on a case brought by the UDM, EFF and DA against the Speaker of the National Assembly.The political parties want members of parliament to vote in secret on a motion of no confidenceinPresident Jacob Zuma.?

The Constitutional Court will give judgment on a case brought by the UDM, EFF and DA against the Speaker of the National Assembly.The political parties want members of parliament to vote in secret on a motion of no confidenceinPresident Jacob Zuma.?

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JOHANNESBURG - The Constitutional Court will on Tuesday consider whether political parties should disclose their donors.

Last year, the Western Cape High Court ruled that information about private funding of political parties should be made available to the public.

READ: Political party funding draft bill to be published

Political funding has been a contentious issue, with a number of rights&39; groups calling on political parties to reveal who funds them.

My Vote Counts took the matter to court in a bid to make the political system more transparent.

But some political parties, such as the DA, are challenging this.