Jacob Zuma has just delivered his eighth State of the Nation address. We take a closer look at what he talks about in each of his speeches.
State Security Minister David Mahlobo has denied reports of signal jamming at the State of the Nation Address, blaming it on equipment glitches.
We looked at the data to see if Zuma had lived up to promises he made in the seven speeches leading up to this year's State of the Nation address.
Opposition leaders led supporters to the gates of Parliament where they presented a scathing attack on the efficiency and progress of the ANC.
The presidency invited South Africans on social media to recommend topics for Jacob Zuma’s State of the Nation address - and we obliged.
Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe says that the EFF's threat to disrupt the State of the Nation address is an issue Parliament must deal with.
EFF threatens to expropriate land again, cheating Matric pupils could wait three years to rewrite and African leaders need to get involved in Nigeria.
While putting questions to the president during his State of the Nation address isn't against the rules, doing so would go against the "norm".
From the death of Metro FM DJ Eddie Zondi to the EFF's leader making headlines for his scathing attack of Jacob Zuma’s Sona, here’s your Weekend 101.
EFF leader Julius Malema tore into President Jacob Zuma at the Sona debate, but also received a lot of criticism.
As President Jacob Zuma delivered his State of the Nation address, you'd be forgiven for thinking it sounded familiar – and you're still in the dark.
President Zuma gave his second State of the Nation Address for the year, promising to improve the struggling economy and create more jobs.
Cosatu's Zwelinzima Vavi and opposition parties have harshly criticised Jacob Zuma's Sona, with some calling for a radical change to economic policy.
President Jacob Zuma will give his State of the Nation address this week, while elsewhere investors will focus on eurozone inflation updates.
President Jacob Zuma has told National Assembly that government would launch a drive to tackle poverty and inequality after the elections.
There was a great deal of story-telling in Parliament as party after party tried to use the "good story to tell" phrase to their own end.
While ANC MPs stuck to the "good story" line, opposition parties in Parliament aimed to poke holes in last week's State of the Nation address.
DA parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko has vowed to table a motion to impeach President Jacob Zuma if the Nkandla report implicates him.
Oppostion party leaders, government ministers and the public protector give their take on Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation speech 2014.