Speeches

01 Sep 2018

Fellow South Africans, I extend my warmest greetings to all of you. I stand before you today to do two important assignment though in most cases they are looked down upon. The first is to launch a heritage month, the second one is to launch the National Book Week.

28 Jun 2018

Let me first express my gratitude to you for having taken your time to attend this meeting which is the first of its nature. This is indeed the first time the African Ministers are meeting to discuss among themselves issues of common interest during the World Heritage Committee Session.

10 May 2018

I want to extend my warmest greetings to all of you present, it gives me great joy to appear before parliament to present my budget vote and also to interact with you the representatives of our people.

29 Mar 2018

I extend a word of welcome to all of you present here. I welcome you to the land of President Nelson Mandela and Ma Nontsikelelo Albertina Sisulu who had they lived, would have celebrated their 100th birthday this year.

21 Mar 2018

Deputy President, Hon. DD Mabuza.

MEC Mazibuko.

Social Cohesion Advocates.

Councillors present.

Honoured guests.

Members of Media  

It is once again a great honour and privilege that I too add my voice on this day on the commemoration to mark Human Rights Day.

21 Mar 2018

I am humbled and honoured to join the community of Sedibeng to mark our country’s Human Rights Day. In the past,we commemorated this day as Sharpeville Day.

09 Mar 2018

I extend my warmest greetings to all of you present. Today marks an important day in the life of our country. In this small corner of Ward eight (8), Kwa-Mthethwa we have gathered to officially handover a library to this community.

01 Mar 2018

I extend my warmest greetings to all of you present. We have gathered here to advance the cause for peace, social progress and economic justice for all our people. A task that we should not take light. For us to be where we are, others laid down their lives.

23 Feb 2018

We have gathered here this morning to deal with a matter of national significance, that is a memory of a nation. A nation, which does not know and honour its past, is like a tree without roots.

16 Feb 2018

It is a great honour and privilege to deliver this State of the Nation Address. This Address should have been delivered last week, but was delayed so that we could properly manage issues of political transition. I wish to thank Honourable Members and the people of South Africa for their patience and forbearance.

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