South Africa’s highest court has ruled that President Jacob Zuma violated the constitution when he failed to repay some of the government money used to upgrade his private home.
The treasury had 60 days to determine how much he should repay, it added.
The ruling is a victory for the opposition, which said it would push for Mr Zuma’s impeachment.
It accused him of using “ill-gotten wealth” to upgrade his home with a swimming pool and amphitheatre.
Mr Zuma denied any wrongdoing. He has not yet commented on the ruling.