Columns 17.2.2017 05:31 am

Ongoing mayhem in parliament tarnishing SA’s global image

The public is not interested in watching Sona to listen to Malema and his habitual antics.

The opening of parliament has become a worrying spectacle in a country that catapulted the world’s political icon, Nelson Mandela, onto the global stage, two decades ago. Alas, the State of the Nation address (Sona) is no longer worth watching.

Ongoing mayhem in parliament tarnishing SA’s global image
Ongoing mayhem in parliament tarnishing SA’s global image

Ongoing mayhem in parliament tarnishing SA’s global image

The public is not interested in watching Sona to listen to Malema and his habitual antics.

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