We’re less than 24 hours away from an extremely important debate over Zuma’s ability to hold office, and already the small, almost ethereal voices of reason rising from among the ANC elite ranks have been (quite forcefully) stifled.
The president’s future will once again be debated in parliament, with the DA’s motion of no confidence scheduled to be heard in the National Assembly on November 10.
On Thursday the DA’s chief whip had another go at the ANC in parliament, but this time it sounds as if he really got under their skin.
Clearly overwhelmed by all the numbers; the president took a little power nap during Pravin Gordhan’s mid-term budget speech.
El presidente will be appearing in parliament today for ‘Questions to the President of the RSA’ and we’d wager it’s going to be a good one.
Never a dull moment when the EFF’s in parly.
Soon after #ZumaQ&A kicked off the EFF left parliament, but not before Juju got a few words in.
That’s right folks, Zuma’s heading back into the gauntlet in just a few hours.
Have a look as the opposition leader takes a jab at the ANC in the National Assembly, poking fun at their claims about governing ‘until Jesus comes back’.
The DA’s chief whip took a proper swipe at the ANC for their poor Local Government Election results, throwing all the shade their way in parly. Check it out.
There’s no doubt that out parliament is one of the more entertaining ones, have a look at some of the shenanigans out MPs and political party leaders get up to in the National Assembly.
The SCA has ruled that Malema accusing the ANC of being responsible for the Marikana massacre is not “unparliamentary.”
John Steenhuisen’s name has become synonymous for tearing the ANC a new one in Parliament. Here he is again, doing what he does best…
That’s right folks, of the R246 million spent on his private residence, el presidente may only be liable for about a million.
Almost all opposition parties have decided to stay away on Zuma’s second consecutive day in parliamentary, which might suit him just fine as there’ll be no one to ask him any difficult questions.
President Zuma was supposed to speak in parliament today, but the EFF would have none of it after their request to have him barred from speaking in the National Assembly was declined.
Could it be? Baleka Mbete reportedly gave word that parly will consider taking disciplinary action against the president following a meeting with all political party leaders.
While opposition parties prepare for today’s impeachment vote in parliament, South Africans from across the board seem to have made up their minds already. Have a look.
Speaker of the National Assembly and national chairperson of the ANC, Baleka Mbete, doesn’t seem to understand last week’s Constitutional Court ruling all that well. Or, like Thandi Modise she just didn’t bother reading it.
From Australia to Europe and even the States… South Africa is trending for all the wrong reasons.
Malema’s on a roll! First, he gets his degree and now he’s calling for early General Elections and breaking up parly… well he sure is confident and confidence is key.
The National Assembly today approved a 5% salary increase for the president, but what will he be spending it on?