'Please go to Marikana,' Shivambu 'sends' Ramaphosa, as it happened

2018-02-19 14:30

Parliamentary debate on the State of the Nation Address has come to the end, with President Cyril Ramaphosa expected to respond to the debate on Tuesday at 14:00.

WATCH LIVE: Joint sitting Debate on the State of The Nation Address

(via Parliament TV)


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Pandor: We must never tire of building a vision of a united country. Of course, the most vulnerable must be attended to and provided with support.

19 Feb 19:44

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She says Lekota's contribution on the land question was "embarrassing". 

19 Feb 19:42
Pandor lambasts the EFF for voting with the "neo-liberal" DA during the local government elections. 

19 Feb 19:40
"We are resolute on land expropriation without compensation," says Pandor to Malema. 

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She talks about xenophobia. She says the government will work hard in fighting xenophobia. 

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ANC MP Naledi Pandor takes to the podium. 

19 Feb 19:25
Steenhuisen: Your education system has not prepared our children for the first and second revolution but Minister Motshekga is already jumping to the fourth industrial revolution.

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He lambasts MPs who protected Zuma through "countless" motions of no confidence. 

19 Feb 19:19
Steenhuisen says the ANC has protected Zuma. 

19 Feb 19:19
DA MP John Steenhuisen takes to the podium. 

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Shivambu sends Ramaphosa to Marikana, to go build houses and improve the lives of the people of Marikana. 

19 Feb 19:13
Shivambu: Deal decisively with tax avoidance. Pass legislation on base erosion and illicit financial flows.

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Minister Van Rooyen must go! 

19 Feb 19:05
The ministry of finance is directed from Saxonwold, says Shivambu, further asking "why are we still having this ministers". 

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He says Ramaphosa doesn't have a plan and that he doesn't have a plan. 

19 Feb 19:00
We congratulates Ramaphosa for his election.  

19 Feb 18:59
He says their speeches were boring and "uninspiring". 

19 Feb 18:59
EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu takes to the podium. He starts by attacking ANC MPs.

19 Feb 18:57
Beukman: We need to see successful prosecutions. Economic crimes in the private sector that robs millions of South Africans from their hard-earned savings and pension-fund investments should never be tolerated.

19 Feb 18:57
"We welcome the investigation launched by the DPCI into the Steinhoff-matter and other private sector related cases. We need to see prosecution-driven investigations. We need to see arrests."

19 Feb 18:56
Beukman: Fighting corruption requires an anti-corruption system that is well-resourced, operates freely from political interference, and has the support of all citizens.

19 Feb 18:56
"Our law enforcement agencies should interact with Interpol and their counterparts in other jurisdictions to ensure that all fugitives with relation to state capture are apprehended and brought to book."

19 Feb 18:46
Beukman of the ANC says "we need women and men of integrity, who are able to make decisions without fear and favour, within our crime fighting institutions."

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Julius of the DA says "we need to conduct lifestyle audits of officials and politicians that are living far beyond their means".

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Dlamini of the ANC says "our people owned land before and they were uprooted from their land without compensation. So the notion of land expropriation without compensation is not something that comes with this President".

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Our TVET colleges are dysfunctional with a pass rate of less than 40%, says Cassim. 

19 Feb 18:21
Cassim of the DA says the reality is that the real matric pass rate is 33.6%. 

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