- 1990 - President De Klerk: State of the Nation Address, 2 February 1990
- 1994 - President De Klerk, State Of the Nation Address, 28 February 1994 (Before National Elections)
- 1994 - President Mandela, State Of the Nation Address, 24 May 1994 (After National Elections)
- 1994 - President Mandela: State of the Nation Address, 24 feb 1995 (after National Elections)
- 1995 - President Mandela, State of the Nation Address, 17 February 1995
The State of the Nation Address (SONA) by the President of South Africa is a speech given by the sitting President of South Africa. It is normally an annual event but in national election years there is one before the election and then one after.
The SONA marks the opening of the new parliamentary session and is considered an important date in the political calendar of the country.