Fri Feb 12 03:13:31 SAST 2016
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Cost of two capital cities is too high – Zuma

President Jacob Zuma‚ saying that economic pressure means wastage must be cut‚ told MPs on Thursday night that they should consider choosing between Pretoria or Cape Town as a capital city. [4] comments

Zuma: SA needs effective turnaround plan

SA needed an effective turnaround plan to address its challenges and put its economy on an accelerated growth path‚ President Jacob Zuma said in his state of the nation address in Parliament this evening. [3] comments

Nuclear plan will roll out at pace we can afford: Zuma

President Jacob Zuma. Picture Credit: Gallo Images South Africa’s nuclear build programme will roll out at a pace the country can afford, said President Jacob Zuma during his State of the Nation Address on Thursday. [3] comments

"When we come back next time, you will not be our president" and EFF walks out

The opening of Parliament collapsed into chaos on Thursday evening, with a red sea of EFF MPs taking over proceedings and chanting "Zupta must fall". [5] comments

EFF tells 'Mr Zupta' to sit down

President Jacob Zuma. Picture Credit: Gallo Images President Jacob Zuma was called "Mr Zupta" by EFF whip and secretary general Godrich Gardee when he was given time to raise a point of order during the State of the Nation on Thursday. [3] comments

Zuma is no longer honourable - Lekota

Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota‚ a former Robben Island prisoner who had earned respect as leader of the United Democratic Front during the 1980s‚ was ordered out of Parliament on Thursday evening. [3] comments

Confront the demon of racism - Zuma

President Jacob Zuma, after a number of disruptions from the EFF and Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota, started his 2016 State of the Nation by addressing the "demon of racism".  [1] comments

Violence breaks out outside Parliament

Police used stun grenades to disperse EFF and ANC members who clashed on Adderley Street near Parliament on Thursday afternoon. [2] comments

EFF tries to interrupt SONA but Speaker cites rule book

Parliamentary speaker Speaker Baleka Mbete on Thursday evening spoke over opposition MPs preventing President Jacob Zuma from taking the floor to deliver the State of the Nation address. [1] comments

SONA Fashion - The trends‚ who was hot and who confused us

In the midst of protests against President Jacob Zuma ahead of the latest State of the Nation Address‚ politicians and government officials had the 2016 SONA red carpet lit with hot (and not so hot) fashion looks galore. [2] comments

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Bread seller lands modelling contract after ‘photobombing’ rapper Tinie Tempah

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#SONA2016: What President Zuma needs to tell South Africa

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