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President Jacob Zuma delivered his sixth State of the Nation Address in Parliament on Thursday evening.
Premeditated violence during protests was worrying, President Jacob Zuma told Parliament.
A turnaround in SA’s HIV and Aids policies was a great achievement by the country's government, President Jacob Zuma said.
The body language of MPs varied as they listened to President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation Address.
Parliament, Cape Town - Government has recovered more than R320 million from perpetrators through the anti-corruption hotline, President Jacob Zuma said in his State fo the Nation Address on Thursday.
SA needs to grow its economy at more than five percent a year to be able to create jobs, President Jacob Zuma said.
The number of children enrolling for school is on the increase, President Jacob Zuma said in his State of the Nation Address.
President Jacob Zuma was upbeat about the recovery of SA's economy during his State of the Nation Address.
Government has invested one trillion rand in public infrastructure over the past five years, President Jacob Zuma said.
President Jacob Zuma warned mining companies to improve the housing conditions of their workers.
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