S.Africa's Zuma vows to stop opposition from disrupting him

South Africa President Jacob Zuma delivers his State of The Nation address at the parliament building on June 17, 2014, in Cape Town, South AfricaSouth African President Jacob Zuma on Sunday vowed to stop opposition lawmakers, who had hounded him out of parliament, to disrupt the national assembly. Zuma was in August forced to abandon his speech and leave parliament when lawmakers from the radical Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party yelled “Pay back the money”. The heckling came as Zuma was being grilled over the $23 million (18 million euros) of taxpayers money spent on “security upgrades” at his private residence.

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