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19 Feb 2018 09:33
President Cyril Ramaphosa addressing Parliament in his first State of the Nation Address (Ruvan Boshoff/Reuters)
Members of Parliament will spend Monday debating President Cyril Ramaphosa’s February 16 State of the Nation Address (Sona).
Today’s Order Paper:Debate on the President’s State of the Nation Address. #SONAdebate pic.twitter.com/KIBFXrzOJ4— Democratic Alliance (@Our_DA) February 19, 2018
Today’s Order Paper:
Debate on the President’s State of the Nation Address. #SONAdebate pic.twitter.com/KIBFXrzOJ4
— Democratic Alliance (@Our_DA) February 19, 2018
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The president’s speech made several bold promises among which were to unify South Africans, trim a bloated cabinet and fight corruption at state owned enterprises and in the private sector too.
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Ramaphosa was elected president of the republic by Parliament on Thursday, February 15 after former president Jacob Zuma resigned the day before.
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