10 February 2013

South Africa: Presidency Rejects Mischievous Rumour

press release

Photo: GCIS
President Jacob Zuma puts the final touches on his 2012 State of the Nation Address (file photo).

The Presidency has noted the carefully orchestrated rumour published by most Sunday newspapers today that President Jacob Zuma is to relieve the Minister of Communications, Ms Dina Pule, of her duties and reshuffle his cabinet.

The rumour and speculation are mischievous and will not distract government from the main activity this coming week, the State of the Nation Address by the President.

Issued by: The Presidency

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