WATCH LIVE: President Zuma grilled in Parly

President Jacob Zuma faces tough questions in the National Assembly during the final Q&A session for 2017.

MPs want to know about the delay in appointing a permanent national police commissioner, the legal costs incurred by the Presidency over his court battles, and more.

Zuma will also be asked about allegations that he received a monthly R1 million payment from a private company after he became President.

See the full list of questions here.


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