The president’s decision to remove former finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene sparked the campaign of marches under the movement #ZumaMustFall.
Event organiser for the group Unite against Corruption Miles Giljam, said that unions, churches, NGOs and citizens will gather to speak out against a system of corruption that is undermining South African governance.
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This not just marching against one person, this is marching against the system of corruption that has taken our country.— Miles Giljam, Unite against Corruption co-ordinator
It is time to get up and say, not on my watch, not in my name.— Miles Giljam, Unite against Corruption co-ordinator