Delegates gather for Zuma 20-year review

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Pretoria - Scores of government officials, business executives, analysts, and media personnel gathered at the presidential guesthouse in Pretoria on Tuesday for the release of South Africa's 20 year review document.

President Jacob Zuma is scheduled to launch the report which reflects how the nation has fared since 1994.

The report describes how South Africa has progressed in realising the objectives of reconstruction and development since the dawn of democracy in 1994, the presidency said in a statement.

The report also reflected on problems still facing the country and how government could best address them as South Africa entered the third decade of freedom and democracy. - Sapa

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