President Jacob Zuma is expected to receive a not so warm welcome during his parliamentary Q&A session scheduled for later today.
The president is set to speak about global economic challenges as well as local ones facing the nation in terms of radical socio-economic transformation.
Many MPs will want to hear the president’s discussion surrounding the recent credit downgrading and look to question the president on his future.
Today the ConCourt decided that a secret no-confidence vote would only better the country’s democratic purpose and accountability, begging many questions of Jacob Zuma. However, the decision will remain with National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete.
Zuma is also expected to catch many questions surrounding State Capture.