At 2PM this afternoon, Jacob Zuma is set to appear in front of members of Parliament in the National Assembly to answer their questions.
Of course, there are so many major concerns in the country – what with JZ being number one – I wouldn’t know where to start.
But at least one person does.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane will have his game face on, asking Zuma what he will be doing to avoid a rating downgrade.
Obviously, the Democratic Alliance used their social media platform to tell South Africa they are prepared:
I would have just thought about the question as soon as it was my turn, but then again that’s why you won’t be seeing ‘Sloane Hunter’ anywhere near parliament – because you actually have to be prepared.
Here’s the list of formalised questions and who will be asking them:
Questions to the President tomorrow. #ZumaQandA #Parliament #sabcnews pic.twitter.com/vam3IZkezI
— Bulelani Phillip (@BulelaniPhillip) September 12, 2016
The DA were probably prompted to ask the question after a muted cabinet reshuffle (no news there) and the Hawk’s continued investigation into Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan – because, although we have many concerns, right now it’s pretty much on top of the pile.
Here’s the live feed:
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