A confident President Jacob Zuma sought to assure the nation that the man in charge of the country was not a “broken man”.
Glitches with “counter surveillance tactical measures” led to mobile signal disruptions in the National Assembly ahead of the state-of-the-nation address, State Security Minister David Mahlobo said today.
National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete and National Council of Provinces chairwoman Thandi Modise will apply parliamentary rules and conventions strictly during President Jacob Zuma’s state-of-the-nation (Sona) address on Thursday.
The DA has wasted public money by pulling out of the official dinner after Thursday’s state-of-the-nation address at short notice, Deputy Speaker Lechesa Tsenoli suggested today.
ANC Women’s League president and Basic Education Minister Angie Motshekga said people should not be so sensitive over comments about women, Beeld reported today.
A selection of quotes of Southern African interesting. “We have an appointment with him on the 12th of February and he is going to answer questions.” — EFF leader Julius Malema insisting he will ask President Jacob Zuma questions about Nkandla during his state-of-the-nation speech, and will not wait until presidential question time on March 11.
Available information seems to suggest that Hawks head Anwa Dramat was suspended because he investigated high-level corruption, according to DA leader Helen Zille.
President Jacob Zuma’s rejection of a bill amending the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act came as a relief for players in the oil and gas sector but has frustrated the Chamber