The Presiding Officers of Parliament says they are not expecting MPs to ask questions or raise points of orders during the State of the Nation Address on Thursday.
South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma’s last appearance in Parliament ended badly, to say the least writes Judith February, Senior Researcher, Governance, Crime and Justice Division, ISS Pretoria.
COPE believes that SONA 2015 must address the 10 issues that we list below as these are pulling our country down
The FF Plus would like president Zuma to act like the head of state and not as leader of the ANC during the State of the Nation Address.
Ivory Coast repeated the pain they inflicted on Ghana in 1992 when edged Ghana 9-8 on penalties following a goalless draw after extra time in Sunday’s final match at the Estadio de Bata.
Goals from Yaya Toure and Gervinho helped steer Ivory Coast into the African Nations Cup final in a 3-1 win over Democratic Republic of Congo in the Estadio de Bata on Wednesday.
South Africa’s fifth Parliament has not only seen robust debate intensifying, but also the emergence of a more youthful parliament.
Football analyst, Neal Collins, pulls no punches as he writes Bafana coach, Shakes Mashaba, needs to change his attitude in dealing with star players like Kamohelo Mokotjo and Thulani Serero.
Social media regarding next week’s State- of-the-Nation Address may mean greater public engagement. South Africans should not expect their views to have much effect on President Jacob Zuma’s address
The referee at the centre of the controversial penalty decision that helped hosts Equatorial Guinea reach the African Nations Cup semifinals has been banned for six months.