Hon Speaker, I would just like to say to the hon Holomisa that ...
... ndifuna ukuba undimamele ohloniphekileyo Bantu, ungathi ndiligwala kaloku nguwe umntu oligwala kuba wabaleka apha kuthi. [Kwahlekwa.] Andiyazi ukuba wawubaleka ntoni kuba bekufanele ukuba ukweli cala. (Translation of isiXhosa paragraph follows.)
[... I want him to listen to me and not say that I am a coward because he is actually the coward here because he ran away from us. [Laughter.] I do not know why he ran away because he was supposed to be on this side.]
Anyway, hon Holomisa, I have heard of such media speculation and I expect that the issue that you are raising will also be raised in one of the court cases that are under way. Without ... [Interjections.] No, no, without you even beginning to say that I don't want to answer these questions, I'm quite happy, willing and prepared to answer all these questions.
To be quite honest, I would like to say that I would like to answer them once these cases are over because there is a view that I would like to put forward in relation to all these matters and the incident that occurred the other day. So, Madam Speaker, that is what I am requesting. I am bound by the advice that I have been given, namely that I should wait until these matters have been finalised. Thank you very much.