Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is answering questions in the National Assembly about the controversial Guptas, embattled state-owned enterprises and SA’s unemployment crisis.
IFP MP Narend Singh is asking Ramaphosa what he has done, as the leader of government, on concerns of state capture.
Gender-based violence in our society is alarming. Patriachal attuitudes must be addressed.
ANC MP Phumzile Bhengu-Kombe, referring to Ramaphosa’s speech at the launch of the National Campaign against Violence towards Women and Children in July, wants to know what the major manifestations of patriarchy in South African society are that must be confronted and how the government, together with civil society, is planning to reverse entrenched patriarchal relations and attitudes in our society, focusing on the family unit.
Maimane wants to know what Ramaphosa thinks of the ANC wanting to dicipline ANC MPs who voted againt President Jacob Zuma.
Ramaphosa says he was not in the loop on the decision by National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete.