Zuma a "Gupta puppet" and other heated exchanges in Parliament

Political parties focused on alleged State capture using the Parliamentary podium to slam the Gupta's.

Gaye Davis, EWN correspondent, said the Democratic Alliance (DA) took advantage of the fact that there were only three ANC MP's in speaking slots.

This gave the DA the opportunity to point fingers at the ANC.

Gaye Davis, EWN

The State capture debate was similar to the impeachment debate as the DA went into the argument knowing the numbers were against them and that there was little chance of support for it to be carried...

Gaye Davis, EWN

There was lots of colourful rhetoric... lots of accusations... Musi (Maimane) calling Zuma a puppet of the Gupta's, and more comments along those lines.

Gaye Davis, EWN

Listen here to her full conversation with John Robbie where she gives more detail about the heated exchanges and the ongoing drought.

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