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President Jacob Zuma will finish his five-year term in office despite concerns about his health, a report says.
Cosatu has accused President Jacob Zuma of failing to grasp the magnitude of the task of putting SA on a new growth path.
President Zuma, in response to the debate on his SONA, put better service delivery alongside economic growth as a key priority.
Rough-and-tumble verbal sparring put Malema on the back foot and saw Maimane being labelled a "hired native".
EFF leader Julius Malema used his maiden speech in Parliament to launch a scathing attack on President Jacob Zuma.
President Zuma’s promise of “far-reaching interventions”, to fix the frail economy, has been welcomed in the Western Cape.
The parliamentary precinct was a sea of colour as MPs arrived ahead of President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation address.
President Zuma's State of the Nation Address has been labelled "muted", unoriginal and "a blowing of hot air".
We have to embark on radical socio-economic transformation to push back the triple challenges, President Jacob Zuma said.
Speculation over President Jacob Zuma's health was rife on Twitter during his State of the Nation address.
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