President Cyril Ramaphosa has thanked South Africans for ensuring a vibrant democracy in 2019. In his message ahead of the new year, Ramaphosa’s outlined the country’s great accomplishments and challenges.
He’s wished all South Africans well for 2020 and urged citizens to continue working together for the country’s prosperity.
Parliament also wished South Africans a happy and successful 2020.
In a statement, the National Assembly says it’s intensified its core function of executive oversight, law-making and will be out to ensure public involvement.
The house says it’s made key strides in producing transformative legislation and pursued oversight without fear.
It’s promising to wrap up current projects.
Parliament will reopen on 13 February.
In other news – Qwabe Twins reveal their 2020 plans – We are going international, we received invites outside Mzansi
While 2019 was not that great for Viggy and Virginia Qwabe, it seems 2020 promises to be a successful year for the twins. Viggy said they received invites to perform in the DRC and Ghana next month.
But she said they could not disclose the names of the shows or the dates yet. “We’re excited about this because it shows we are no longer local artists, but international ones. This also shows we have fans all over the continent,” she said. continue reading