(in the pic - Community Members). former President Jacob Zuma addressing the community of Elsies River and surrounding areas during the Fight against Crime Imbizo held at Adriaanse Community Centre in Elsies River, Cape Town. The visit forms part of the government's activities for the National Child Protection Week campaign that is observed annually to raise awareness for the rights of children and mobilise all sectors of society to care for and protect children. 30/05/2017, Elmond Jiyane, GCIS

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Parliament to consider procedures to impeach president

CAPE TOWN, January 8  – Parliament’s National Assembly subcommittee on review of rules will this week deliberate on a draft procedure for implementing a section of the Constitution relating to the removal of the president.
This followed the Constitutional Court’s judgment handed down on December 29, 2017 that the National Assembly had failed to put in place proper rules regulating a procedure for section 89(1) of the Constitution. The court ordered the Assembly to make such rules without delay, parliament said in a statement.
In keeping with the Assembly’s commitment to comply fully with the Constitutional Court’s majority judgment, Members of Parliament serving on the rules subcommittee had been notified of the forthcoming meetings on Wednesday and Thursday and supplied with documents to be considered there.
The documents included a draft procedure drawn up in April 2016 but not finalised, and a comparative study compiled in 2015 about impeachment proceedings of seven other parliaments on the removal of a head of state.
The draft procedure, once finalised by the subcommittee, would need to be adopted by the National Assembly as part of the Assembly’s rules, parliament said.
– African News Agency (ANA),

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