AS IT HAPPENED: Zuma: I will still be SA's president after December

2017-11-13 18:45

President Jacob Zuma has appeared on ANN7's Straight Talk programme in a wide-ranging interview on corruption, land, the controversial Gupta family and the EFF.

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President Jacob Zuma, in an interview on ANN7's Straight Talk programme, says he is confident that the tripartite alliance will not collapse.

Although there has been no discussion about working with the EFF, Zuma says anything is a possibility.

He has also dismissed out of hand claims that he is corrupt, saying that he has fought corruption.

Zuma also rejected that the state is captured, challenging those claiming this that they should name those involved.


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Unity within the alliance is crucial, says Zuma.

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ICYMI:

President Jacob Zuma has released the report of the Commission into the Feasibility of Fee-Free Higher Education and Training in South Africa.


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Zuma: "Education is one instrument that can be used to empower a nation."

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Zuma says the ANC's willing-buyer, willing-seller policy was not working well and that is why land redistribution in SA has been lagging. He says a new policy is needed.

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Ramaphosa on the land issue...

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Zuma says the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture will clarify his concerns about the Public Protector report and state capture claims in general.

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The state is not captured, Zuma insists. "If you capture the state, you capture the judiciary, the legislator and the executive..."

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Ramaphosa declaring war on corruption?

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Back to Ramaphosa now...

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Meanwhile, as Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is campaigning in Johannesburg tonight, he says although the ANC has made strides, the rate of unemployment and inequality is "unacceptable".

News24's Amanda Khoza is at that event.


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Zuma: "It is a well known fact that people are given money, that people are bought so that they can help to promote the interests of other people..."

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Zuma says South Africa is not free from being impacted by foreign forces wanting to weaken the ANC.

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Zuma says he also decided to split the education ministry in two with one focusing on basic education and the other on higher education.

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The president says he has made all ministers sign performance agreements.

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Zuma highlights some of his changes in getting government to work more efficiently 

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The upcoming December conference is expected to be hotly contested.

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Zuma says South Africans will judge him on his tenure as president of the country

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The interview with Sifiso Mahlangu is now underway.

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Straight Talk featured Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma last week. Find out more about that here...

NDZ 'not for turning' on radical economic transformation

In an interview with formerly Gupta-owned news channel ANN7, ANC MP and presidential hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma warned that radical economic transformation must be implemented now to avoid a revolt.


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