South Africa's Jacob Zuma to give State of Nation speech

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South Africa's President Jacob Zuma is due to deliver his annual State of the Nation address at the opening of parliament in Cape Town.

Thursday's address comes at a crucial time. Investor confidence has been shaken by industrial unrest, and elections will be held next year.

Mr Zuma has already secured a second term as leader o f his ANC party, but his government faces criticism for failing to implement key policies.

Peter Biles reports from Cape Town, South Africa.

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