#ZumaQandA: Laughs and screams as MPs demand answers - AS IT HAPPENED

2017-11-02 13:49

President Jacob Zuma's last quarterly question session for the year in the National Assembly became slightly heated, despite the EFF boycotting the sitting, with the DA staging a walkout before MPs hurled insults at one another.

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02 Nov 16:42

President Jacob Zuma's last quarterly question session for the year in the National Assembly became slightly heated, despite the EFF boycotting the sitting, with the DA staging a walkout before MPs hurled insults at one another.

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MPs leave the National Assembly as the session ends.

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"We committed (South Africa) to renewable energy," says Zuma.

"As we develop renewables, we are going to find ways to reduce emissions."


02 Nov 16:22
ANC MP Mohlopi Mapulane in his supplementary question is asking Zuma about renewable energy

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'Corruption done by who?' - Zuma

President Jacob Zuma has denied that he received any undisclosed money from private individuals or companies during his term as president.

This was Zuma's answer to an urgent question put on the order paper by DA leader Mmusi Miamane for Thursday's question session in the National Assembly, relating to allegations that he had received monthly payments of R1m from Roy Moodley, without declaring it to the South African Revenue Service.


02 Nov 16:13

Next question:

ANC MP Mohlopi Mapulane wants to know if the government is currently able to effectively manage the consequences of climate change, especially its impact on the economy.


02 Nov 16:13

IFP's Mkhuleko Hlengwa is again asking how much litigation matters is costing taxpayers.

"I don't keep records of the state about litigation involving the government," says Zuma.


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Agang SA's Andries Tlouamma: Zuma can't lead the country without integrity

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Things seem pretty chaotic in the National Assembly. MPs shouting and hurling insults at one another.

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Tsenoli asks Zuma if he wants to answer. Zuma says he has answered the questioned.

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"We demand answers", says Maimane.

"Be calm, you don't have to beat up tables here," says deputy speaker Lechesa Tsenoli.


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DA chief whip John Steenhuisen isn't happy that Zuma is not answering the question by giving a specific number.

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Next question:

02 Nov 15:39
Zuma: There is no economy that is collapsing in the hands of the ANC. Since 1994, the ANC has grown this economy.

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Is there a nuclear deal, asks Maimane. Zuma starts off by rejecting the claim that he seems obsessed with energy and adds that nuclear is part of the energy mix of the country.

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WATCH LIVE: President Jacob Zuma answers last questions for 2017 in Parliament

Watch live as President Jacob Zuma answers his last set of questions for the year in Parliament.

The President began the session by saying he did not pocketed a "salary" of R1 million a month from a controversial tender mogul without declaring it to the South African Revenue Service (SARS), claims a new book by former Media24 investigative journalist Jacques Pauw.


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Investment in infrastructure plays a valuable role in economic growth, says Zuma

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Next question: ANC MP Sharon Kekana will ask Zuma how the Presidency intends to further use infrastructure development to stimulate economic growth and create jobs

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