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2016-02-11 11:00

DA leader Mmusi Maimane says the best announcement President Jacob Zuma can make in this year's State of the Nation address would be of his resignation.

Read on for how South Africans are gearing up for this year's SONA.

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For those just catching up, the State of the Nation address will commence in earnest at 19:00 tonight.

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DA leader Mmusi Maimane weighs in on #SONA2016:

#SONA2016: The best announcement for SA would be President Zuma’s resignation - https://t.co/XNukmu9UyK

— Mmusi Maimane (@MmusiMaimane) February 11, 2016

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#SONA2016: Verkeerspolisie ook teenwoordig. @GeorgeLezerpic.twitter.com/bEzmbxyKbi

— Netwerk24 Berig (@Netwerk24Berig) February 11, 2016

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Podium where President, deputy & #Parly officials will stand for 21gun salute & national anthem. #SONA2016#sabcnewspic.twitter.com/NgsxcVylDN

— Zalene Merrington (@ZaleneM) February 11, 2016

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The President's stage is ready. #SONA2016#sabcnewspic.twitter.com/3V8Lx84RjR

— Bulelani Phillip (@BulelaniPhillip) February 11, 2016

10:49
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It's déjà vu . Read News24's preview to the State of the Nation address exactly one year ago.

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#SONA2016: Groot wetstoepassings teenwoordigheid in Darling straat. @GeorgeLezerpic.twitter.com/L8RDfqxX4v

— Netwerk24 Berig (@Netwerk24Berig) February 11, 2016

10:35
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#SONA2016 Police contingent in and around Parliament precinct. SM pic.twitter.com/AtnPa6ysmD

— Jacaranda News (@JacaNews) February 11, 2016

10:33
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Iconic picture of the building Late President Nelson Mandela stood on when he gave his first public speech #SoNA2016pic.twitter.com/stI2kCAmKX

— Radio Islam (@radioislam) February 11, 2016

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Meanwhile, at the hashtag #NelsonMandela, people are sharing their thoughts on the late, great president, who was released from Victor Verster Prison in Paarl 50 years ago.

A day never to be forgotten #NelsonMandelapic.twitter.com/6W8JAeYiUn

— #SowetoExperience (@Dzedzett) February 11, 2016

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DA spokesperson Phumzile Van Damme says there is no planned march for the DA in the Cape Town CBD ahead of SONA 2016 today.

This is incorrect, there is NO DA MARCH TOMORROW. https://t.co/oKwLPsFNaW

— Phumzile Van Damme (@zilevandamme) February 10, 2016

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Members of the army marching in the Parliamentary precinct.

One line #SONA2016pic.twitter.com/cwVv0gJ31w

— Babalo (@BabaloNdenze) February 11, 2016

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“The King of Nkandla is a charming man and riveting raconteur who sacrificed much for The Struggle. But he lacks intellectual curiosity and reads little, hence lacks the basic tools to lead a complex, modern economy," BizNews editor Alec Hogg says.

“As a result, repeatedly flashing warnings get ignored or rubbished. Like those rigorously researched reports from the IMF, World Bank, WEF, ratings agencies and even our own National Development Plan, which lie in lonely corners of the Presidency gathering dust."


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Will Jacob Zuma's State of the Nation speech help SA avoid "junk" downgrade?

— Fin24 (@Fin24) February 10, 2016

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“Many South Africans will watch the speech to try and gauge what SA's political future looks like, some will watch hoping to re-live previous chaotic scenes in parliament, with the police and parliamentarians fighting it out,” Deon Kohlmeyer, an economist at Rand Merchant Bank, says.

“But the markets will be watching for some signs of hope that all is not yet lost and the doom and gloom of the looming downgrade of SA may yet be avoided.”



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#SONA2016 Red carpet rolled out in parliament pic.twitter.com/lCi5RiWdi8

— POWER987 News (@POWER987News) February 11, 2016

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#SONA2016 Streets around parliament in CT CBD are on lockdown pic.twitter.com/WNDixQW6pE

— POWER987 News (@POWER987News) February 11, 2016

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These students say they flew in from Austria to witness SONA 2016.

Students say they flew in from Austria to come witness the #SONA2016 ,"We are very excited". @KayaNews@kayafm95dot9pic.twitter.com/VUS56OnU5a

— Nhlanhla Sehume (@sehume_n) February 11, 2016

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Scenes outside Parliament ahead of #SONA2016@KayaNews@kayafm95dot9pic.twitter.com/MrwP2HTiD3

— Nhlanhla Sehume (@sehume_n) February 11, 2016

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Nice. Razor wire around Grand Parade in anticipation of #SONA2016. Where once we stood to welcome a freed Madiba pic.twitter.com/AtPTudnJxH

— carien du plessis (@carienduplessis) February 11, 2016

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Setting up stage for President Jacob Zuma to take salute and observe 21 gun salute and flypast. #SONA2016#sabcnewspic.twitter.com/51GxroNMCG

— Bulelani Phillip (@BulelaniPhillip) February 11, 2016

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Parliament's Twitter feed, @ParliamentofSA, is kindly reminding everyone of the House's rules, in the build up to what is sure to be another eventful Sona.

10. If an MP resists removal from the precinct, security services may be called to assist with such removal #KnowYourRules

— Parliament of RSA (@ParliamentofRSA) February 11, 2016

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Twitter user Sdudl'esihle has summed it up...

4 protests in Cape Town today. This is gonna be an interesting day #SONA2016

— Sdudl'esihle ? (@gummAy_) February 11, 2016

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Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota meanwhile is currently chatting to Jacaranda FM this morning...

#SONA2016 Lekota says President Zuma is not the appropriate person to speak on the economy, as he has lost the confidence of the people.

— Jacaranda News (@JacaNews) February 11, 2016

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If you live in Cape Town, see the schedule below for planned road closures in the CBD today.

Planned Road Closures today 17h45-19h00, N2 & M3 to City will be closed, use alt routes #SONA#SONA2016pic.twitter.com/jkyF8RCIRu

— Cape Town FMS (@CapeTownFreeway) February 11, 2016

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Barricades up around Parliament ahead of #SONA2016#sabcnews@SABCNewsOnlinepic.twitter.com/SJyrmvwXKa

— Zalene Merrington (@ZaleneM) February 11, 2016

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Police Denying the public entry through parliament's side on Plein Street @TheCapeArgus#SONA2016pic.twitter.com/Np2vhw2fdn

— siyabonga kalipa (@siyakalipa) February 11, 2016

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President Jacob Zuma will deliver his State of the Nation address on Thursday under a cloud, after the Constitutional Court was asked to find that he violated the Constitution and his oath of office.

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The Western Cape ANC meanwhile plans to march through Cape Town to celebrate the 26th anniversary of former president Nelson Mandela's release from prison, ahead of the State of the Nation address.

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The IFP have also gotten an early start.

Final touches being made for #SONA2016pic.twitter.com/3EguyrMNtQ

— IFP In Parliament (@IFPinParliament) February 11, 2016

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The EFF have been having their say all week.

#PayBackTheMoneypic.twitter.com/8NUeYoGLPT

— EFF Official Account (@EconFreedomZA) February 10, 2016

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The EFF have been having their say all week.

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"All systems go," says Speaker of the House Baleka Mbete.

#ANCChair Cde Baleka Mbete says it's all systems go for tomorrow's #SONA@lupingcayisapic.twitter.com/RJ2ALMKthG

— ANC Info Feed (@MyANC_) February 10, 2016

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Rehearsals for this year's Sona were in full swing yesterday.

The Parliamentary precinct comes to life as real time rehearsals for tomorrow's #SONA2016 commence pic.twitter.com/Rq7uI7jZL7

— SA Gov News (@SAgovnews) February 10, 2016

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The DA have been "picketing for change" on Thursday morning.

If you see us picketing please hoot for change! #SONA2016pic.twitter.com/QTeM72F56k

— Patricia de Lille (@PatriciaDeLille) February 11, 2016

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South Africans woke up on Thursday morning gearing up for this year's State of the Nation address, following an eventful week at the Constitutional Court for the country's political parties.

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