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SA needs drastic intervention to jumpstart the economy and overcome poverty, unemployment and inequality, President Zuma said.
President Jacob Zuma arrived to ululations for the opening of Parliament in Cape Town.
President Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation address will be contending with economic woes and creating jobs.
"We do not wish (Zuma) well, we wish him long suffering," EFF leader Julius Malema has said in Marikana.
President Jacob Zuma was rested and would resume public engagements next week, the presidency said.
Spokesman Mac Marahaj referred to a statement which said President Zuma would resume public activities next week.
President Jacob Zuma will resume public activities next week after resting for a full week to recover from a demanding schedule, the Presidency said.
President Jacob Zuma is expected to report on the minimum wage during his State of the Nation address, Cosatu said.
South Africans want President Jacob Zuma to focus on job creation in his State of the Nation address, a survey shows.
Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will take President Jacob Zuma's place at a New Age breakfast briefing in Cape Town.
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