M&G Hangout: Chester Missing explains Sona

Join us in our weekly live video hangouts where we our reporters take you behind the stories making headlines.

Join us in our weekly live video hangouts where we our reporters take you behind the stories making headlines.

Who better to explain State of the Nation address than a puppet? Join our live video with LNN's Chester Missing and Eusebius McKaiser.

President Jacob Zuma delivered this year's State of the Nation address on Valentine's Day, February 14. To dissect his love letter to the nation, we have two of South Africa's favourite analysts in our weekly live video: Chester Missing and Eusebius McKaiser. Sure, one is a puppet, but that hasn't stopped the SABC before.

Last year we were promised infrastructure and the year before, it was jobs. Instead we got industry cartels and mass lay-offs. What will we hear in this year's address to the nation, and should we believe his promises?

Join us as we speak with Chester Missing, political analyst on Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola on eNCA, and Talk Radio702 talk show host and author Eusebius McKaiser to discuss the intimate details of the State Of The Nation address.

We will also have representatives from government and the opposition.

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