Democratic Alliance (DA) Federal Leader, Mmusi Maimane, will set out the Partys position ahead of this afternoons National Assembly sitting, which will elect the President of South Africa.
JOHANNESBURG - Parliament elected Cyril Ramaphosa as President on Thursday afternoon.
The National Assembly will today @14:00 sit to elect the new President of the Republic of SA— Parliament of RSA (@ParliamentofRSA) February 15, 2018
According to expectations, the President will be sworn in at 5pm on Thursday.
ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu told a parliamentary committee meeting that the office of the chief justice has made itself available to officiate in the business of electing a new president.
The election will make way for the State of the Nation Address to be delivered on Friday.
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