"We cannot change the global economic conditions, but we can do a lot to change the local conditions," President Zuma said ...
The rand slipped 0.3 percent after President Jacob Zuma delivered his State of the Nation Address.
President Zuma has delivered his ninth State of the Nation Address. Here are five new things announced in #SONA2016.
From protests on the streets of Cape Town’s city centre, to EFF and Cope MPs being kicked out of Parliament, President Zuma’s ...
President Jacob Zuma declared war on over-spending by public servants in his State of the Nation Address.
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Read the full State of the Nation Address by President Jacob Zuma.
President Jacob Zuma raised combating lingering racism as his first priority as he delivered his State of the Nation Address.
President Jacob Zuma has thrown his weight behind calls to have Parliament moved from Cape Town to Pretoria.
EFF leader Julius Malema told reporters outside Parliament that President Zuma was a thug and a criminal who has put SA in crisis.
Cope president Mosiuoa Lekota walked out of the National Assembly after he interrupted President Zuma's State of the Nation Address.
The EFF interrupted Speaker Baleka Mbete as soon as she tried to address the National Assembly ahead of SONA.
ANCYL president Collen Maine declared that the party's youth would do all it could to protect the nation's president.
EFF MPs arrived at Parliament singing and dancing, while police clashed with protesters in the streets of Cape Town.
Police fired stun grenades to disperse crowds that were threatening to breach barricades erected outside Parliament. (PICS and VIDEO).