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In Parly: President Zuma engages traditional leadership on land restitution

The President and traditional leadership in Parly

In Parliament, President Jacob Zuma has told traditional leaders that they must work together to lodge land claims, that people mustn’t be afraid to talk about black industry and that we need to build the soul of the nation. At the same time, the DA has now confirmed lodging another motion of no confidence in the President in the National Assembly. EWN's Rahima Essop:

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