President Jacob Zuma faces tough questions from Members of Parliament on Thursday afternoon, amid growing pressure for him to step down.
Zuma will respond to his detractors when he answers questions about state capture and South Africa's economy, reports EWN's Rahima Essop.
The official question paper was circulated earlier this week, however, an urgent question from the DA was added this morning, Essop explains.
DA leader Mmusi Maimane is expected to ask Zuma for his official responses to the recession and what he intends to do to mitigate the impact of the economic down turn.
Zuma will also be asked explain his approach to the state capture report, the proposed Nuclear deal, calls for him to step down and the legitimacy of his leadership.
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Take a listen to Essop predict what to expect: