Zuma to field questions in National Assembly

2016-11-23 05:48
President Jacob Zuma. (AFP)

President Jacob Zuma. (AFP)

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Cape Town – President Jacob Zuma will answer questions in the National Assembly for the last time this year.

The president will answer questions on ministers Mosebenzi Zwane and Des Van Rooyen's bids to stop the release of the State of Capture report.

He will also answer questions on any agreements reached with students regarding fee increases for 2017 as well as the steps taken to satisfy the concerns expressed by ratings agencies.

This will be Zuma's first question-and-answer session in Parliament since the release of the State of Capture report.

The DA has called for Speaker Baleka Mbete not to preside over the session on Wednesday, calling her biased.

- Read the article here: Mbete should not preside over Zuma Q&A session – DA

Read more on:    parliament  |  jacob zuma  |  state of capture report

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