President Cyril Ramaphosa will answer oral questions in the National Assembly for the first time on Wednesday afternoon since he became the head of State.

Some of the questions posed to Ramaphosa include government’s plans to expropriate land without compensation and legal costs of former President Jacob Zuma.

The Democratic Alliance(DA)  wants Ramaphosa to explain in full detail government’s plans to expropriate land without compensation. The National Assembly recently has passed a motion for land expropriation without compensation.

On the other hand the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) wants to know how much money has the government paid for the legal costs of former President Zuma since he took power in 2009.

While the National Freedom Party (NFP) will ask the President about his plans to restore the public’s confidence in the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA). The party claims that during the resignation of former President Zuma, the NPA was malfunctioning and under political interference.

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