Zuma sends “secrecy bill” back to National Assembly

President Jacob Zuma has referred the controversial Protection of State Information Bill back to the National Assembly, he said on Thursday.

Hosting a lunch for members of the parliamentary Press Gallery Association, he said he did not think the bill would pass constitutional muster and had therefore sent it back to the Assembly for consideration.

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