On Saturday, Pyongyang threatened to 'destroy' US spy satellites if Washington 'tries to violate the legitimate territory' of North Korea, referring to its satellite programme.
National Treasury recently announced a R47 billion support package for Transnet as it faces a raft of financial and operational challenges.
The use of nuclear energy as a cleaner alternative to fossil fuels is controversial as environmental groups are concerned about safety and the disposal of nuclear waste.
On Friday, the joint rules committee adopted amendments to prohibit Members of Parliament from interrupting speeches made by the president. The new rules expressly outlaw grossly disorderly conduct.
Clouds of grey smoke from the strikes hung over Gaza, where the Hamas-run health ministry said nearly 200 people had been killed since the pause in hostilities expired early on Friday.
The ruling party said the suspension of Julius Malema and the five EFF MPs means they won't be able to hold the president to account during 2024's SONA, and the ruling may hit their pockets too hard considering it's the beginning of the year.
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