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Ramaphosa praises Chinese parastatals in Parly, but dodges visa law tensions

Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa responded to questions in the National Assembly on Thursday afternoon.

According to EWN's parliamentary correspondent Gaye Davis, Ramaphosa was performing a juggling act when responding to both advocates and detractors of the controversial visa regulations.

Ramaphosa also advised that Chinese executors will come to South Africa to help share advice on how to effectively run state-owned enterprises.

Listen to the full conversation, with Pippa Hudson standing in, on Breakfast with Kieno Kammies:

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Thuli Madonsela appeals to Parliament to go back to 'South Africa of Madiba'

Thuli Madonsela appeals to Parliament to go back to 'South Africa of Madiba'

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela has appealed to Parliament to return to the origins of democracy by engaging in fair dialogue.

'We must speak up against the tyranny of the majority'- former justice Kriegler

'We must speak up against the tyranny of the majority'- former justice Kriegler

Former Constitutional Court judge Johann Kriegler explains his recent remarks regarding President Jacob Zuma and the ruling party.

SA's tourism inc wants Home Affairs to go back to the drawing board on visa laws

SA's tourism inc wants Home Affairs to go back to the drawing board on visa laws

The Business Tourism Council claims that SA’s tourism industry lost R886m in the last seven months of 2014 due to new visa laws.

Justice Malala: President Zuma has a track record of hypocrisy

Justice Malala: President Zuma has a track record of hypocrisy

The President was in the spotlight this past week; and some might say, for all the wrong reasons. Justice Malala tends to agree.

Vavi urges South Africans  to show "collective disgust" over government spending

Vavi urges South Africans to show "collective disgust" over government spending

Zwelinzima Vavi says South Africans need show their dissatisfaction and hold government to account through active citizenship.

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[LISTEN] Makhosi Khoza spills the beans on why she quit the ANC

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Ocean View activist speaks: We have had 20 murders in 2017 alone

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[WATCH] Day-Zero for water running out fast approaching?

[WATCH] Day-Zero for water running out fast approaching?

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