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[WATCH LIVE] President Zuma Q&A in Parliament

The president is in the National Assembly for his first oral reply session of the year.

President Jacob Zuma. Picture: GCIS.

CAPE TOWN - President Jacob Zuma is in the National Assembly to answer questions from members of Parliament (MPs) for the first time this year. He is required to do so at least four times a year.

WATCH: Q&A time with President Zuma

Leader of the opposition Democratic Alliance Mmusi Maimane wants Zuma to spell out what action he’s taking to ensure members of his executive display accountability, integrity and respect for the public and the law.

Building on this theme, the Inkatha Freedom Party wants to know what steps Zuma plans to take against Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini in light of the social grants saga.

The National Freedom Party is set to ask what Zuma's plans are for former Eskom chief executive Brian Molefe and whether he will be made a Cabinet minister given the findings of the Public Protector's report on state capture.

ANC MPs will give Zuma an easier ride, with questions to be asked about the role of industry and organised labour in growing the economy and the national infrastructure programme.

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