Honourable Members & National Council

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Honourable Members National Council Diplomatic Corps Thabo Mbeki Prime Minister National Assembly South Africa South Africans Presumed Innocent Jacob Zuma Madame Speaker Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke Legal Affairs Deputy Speaker President Thabo Mbeki Deputy President

A nation at work for a better life (Thabo Mbeki's first speech as President in Parliament on 25 June 1999) In his opening address at Parliament on 25 June 1999, President Thabo Mbeki recommitted the Government to the building of a caring society that will guarantee the dignity of every citizen. He promised renewed action to address the scourge of crime and corruption, to work towards job creation, rural upliftment, improved education and development to put the nation on a winning path to a better life for all. Mesdames Speaker and Deputy Speaker, Chairperson of the National Council of Provinces and Deputy Chairperson (one revolving, the other one permanent), Premiers of our Provinces, Distinguished representatives of local government, Deputy President of the Republic, Honourable Members of our National Parliament, Your Excellencies Ambassadors and High Commissioners, Distinguished guests: We are on course. Steadily, the dark clouds of despair are lifting, giving way to our season of hope. Our country whic ...
STATEMENT BY HIS EXCELLENCY HIFIKEPUNYE POHAMBA, PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF NAMIBIA ON THE OCCASION OF THE OPENING OF THE NINTH SESSION OF THE FIFTH PARLIAMENT 11 FEBRUARY 2014 WINDHOEK *Check Against Delivery Honourable Dr Theo-Ben Gurirab, Speaker of the National Assembly, Honourable Asser Kapere, Chairperson of the National Council, Right Honourable Dr Hage Geingob, Prime Minister of the Republic of Namibia, Your Honour Petrus Damaseb, Judge-President, Honourable Members of Parliament, Madam First Lady, Your Excellencies, Members of the Diplomatic Corps, Distinguished Invited Guests, Members of the Media, Ladies and Gentlemen, It is a great pleasure for me to be part of this occasion, marking the official opening of the Ninth Session of the Fifth Parliament. I take this opportunity to commend our lawmakers for their hard work during the 8th Session, which ended on 27 November 2013. I also wish you strength, wisdom and dedication as you embark upon this new Session of carrying out your constitutional ...
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