Mazibuko, Lekota plough into 'Zuma's ANC'

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Preparations ahead of the 2014 State of the Nation address.

Cape Town - In President Jacob Zuma&39;s State of the Nation Address on February 13, he said after 20 years of democracy South Africa is a better place to live in.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, political opposition parties had the opportunity to respond to the various issues he raised in his speech at Parliament.

Twenty speakers addressed Parliament. These included Minister of Higher Education Blade Nzimande, Democratic Party Parliamentary leader Lindiwe Mazibuko, IFP leader Mangosutho Buthelezi and Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota.

In the gallery above, you can find highlights of some of the debates put forward.