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 By JAN-JAN JOUBERT, OLEBOGENG MOLATLHWA & BLOOMBERGWARNING signs are all over the road and it is up to President Jacob Zuma to drive South Africa out of trouble and onto the path to recovery.Today Zuma delivers his State of the Nation address amid planned protests and a litany of woes.By Wednesday afternoon the parliamentary precinct was awash with uniformed and undercover police deployed from as far away as Pretoria as security inside and outside parliament was jacked up in anticipation of today‘s events.The state‘s muscle is expected to be felt by the EFF, which has promised not to let Zuma start his speech until he explains why he fired Nene.The president is not likely to answer the EFF‘s questions, which may lead to the disruption of proceedings and removal of EFF MPs from the National Assembly chamber, possibly by physical means.Captains of industry, who this week met Zuma, have made it clear a new path is needed urgently. Will Zuma listen to them or stick to the ANC‘s economi...

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