The president's harshest critique

18 February 2015 - President Jacob Zuma has received possibly his harshest critique yet in the National Assembly. During the State of the Nation debate, opposition parties tore into his speech and his character. Video: eNCA

CAPE TOWN - President Jacob Zuma has possibly received his harshest critique yet in the National Assembly.

During the State of the Nation debate on Tuesday, opposition parties tore into not only his speech, but also his character.

The DA's Mmusi Maimane called him a broken man, presiding over a broken society.

Then it was Julius Malema's turn, with the EFF leader accusing Zuma and his Cabinet of betraying the Freedom Charter.

Malema said Zuma will leave behind a shameful legacy, a sentiment which was echoed by the IFP.

* Watch the video report by eNCA's Bibi-Aisha Wadvalla in the gallery above.

 

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