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  1. Here’s a quick wrap-up of what you need to know about this year’s Sona. Thursday night’s State of the Nation Address (Sona) by President Jacob Zuma will be his 10th address to the country and marks the formal opening of the national legislature. Here is a quick wrap-up of what you need to know about this year’s Sona. It is a rare occasion when all three arms of the state, the executive, judiciary and legislature, come together to listen to the president reflect on the challenges facing the country and how government intends to address them. It is also a rare joint sitting of both houses of parliament, the National Assembly and the National Council of Provinces (NCOP) called by the president. Zuma is expected to focus a great deal of his speech on the economy and land reform, taking into account how the country’s economic growth has stalled over the past year and fears over a credit rating downgrade by global ratings agencies. This year’s theme is celebrating 20 years of the constitution and 20 years since the establishment of the NCOP. This will be Zuma’s 10th Sona address since his election to the Union Buildings. According to parliament, the opportunity for MPs to comment on or question the address comes during a two-day joint sitting to debate the address on February 14 and 15. Zuma will respond to the debate during the two-day debate on February 16. Notable attendees of the event include former presidents and deputy presidents of the country, heads of Chapter 9 institutions tasked with protecting SA’s constitution, the mayor of Cape Town Patricia de Lille and citizens from various walks of life. Around 730 local and international journalists have been accredited to cover the event. Two protests have been planned during of Zuma’s address. The South African Unintegrated Forces United Front will reportedly hold a gathering on the Grand Parade for 100 participants. The City of Cape Town on Tuesday granted the ANC permission to hold a “People’s Assembly” also on the Grand Parade for about 10 000 party supporters. Zuma is expected to attend the rally after his Sona address to discuss “radical economic transformation”. The National Union of Metal Workers (NUM) has applied for a protest permit for 500 people. Their application was yet to be confirmed by the City of Cape Town. The Economic Freedom Fighters will attend Zuma’s address, but it is unclear if the party will disrupt his speech following the chaos that broke out when its MPs were brutally ejected out of the House for calling on the president to account for the controversial nonsecurity upgrades to his private KwaZulu-Natal home in Nkandla. Source: http://citizen.co.za/news/news-national/1420141/sona-2017-guide-what-you-need-to-know/
  2. What are the uses for Rhodium? I see the Rhodium price is very low, anything that can make this the second gold rush?
  3. When people refer to steel are you in fact talking about the Iron Ore price? I get so confused with this because I never see steel charts Example: http://www.infomine.com/investment/metal-prices/
  4. Noobly

    Hello :)

    That twitter link and this one - https://twitter.com/Storm_Trading Would be pretty sweet if those guys join here or someone here do those sort of charts.
  5. This thread is the official SONA 2017 thread, please discuss everything related 2017 State of the Nation Address here. I will post the live feed here as soon as it is available on the 9th of February. Edit: [video=youtube] [video=youtube] [video=youtube] [video=youtube]
  6. Pembury Group Limited is one I will be watching! I only own 2 stocks (I am still new to all this.) ADvTECH and Curro, since 2012 and its been incredible especially ADvTECH so I will be adding Pembury to my portfolio as well.
  7. Watch this space - @platinumwealth will you guys be showing their data on here as well?
  8. Source: https://www.wired.com/2017/01/monero-drug-dealers-cryptocurrency-choice-fire/ How do you store it? Looking at this Ethereum guide, it seems a lot more complex than bitcoin.
  9. Want to bet this is largely due to the uncertainty surrounding Deutsche Bank?
  10. Possible, but dammit this company hurt a lot of retirement funds since MTN is in almost every single major fund.
  11. @Pratlou I'll be buying MTN if it goes below R115 then a little more if it goes below R100
  12. When billionaire tech entrepreneur Elon Musk lays out his vision for colonizing Mars, what should viewers and listeners expect? "I think it's going to sound pretty crazy, so it should be at least entertaining," suggested one well-placed source ... It's live on Bloomberg.com now can't copy the link on the phone horrible website that Bloomberg.com It's on the homepage.
  13. Just curious how many of you work on weekdays and weekends? How do you deal with being thrown with work 7 days a week.
  14. Nasa command module documentary
  15. I think it would be useful to have a thread for all general UNISA related discussions. Feel free to ask, share, give feedback on or about everything related to UNISA.
  16. Ive read about Swix, @hamster can you give me a layman's explanation of how Swix works? Sent from my SM-G925K using Tapatalk
  17. Really interested to see how the markets will react due to Friday nights announcement Sent from my SM-G925K using Tapatalk
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