The #ZumaMustFall protests across the country have been celebrated by some as much as they have been criticised by others.
Gugu Mhlungu on Wednesday took calls from listeners and got sentiment on the ground from Redi Tlhabi, who was doing a special broadcast from the Nelson Mandela Bridge.
What I love is that since we started this morning, no one has mentioned a political party. Everyone is talking about the president, singing about the president, everyone is talking about South Africa...— Redi Tlhabi, 702 and CapeTalk presenter
Listen to the conversation below:
When a fish gets rotten, it starts at the head... The whole ANC is rotten. Zuma does not take decisions on his own.— Willie, caller from Spruitview
In 1984 after the Rubicon Speech by PW Botha, the rand collapsed and trading in the currency was suspended for two weeks. The stock market fell sharply, but there was deafening silence from the white business community. It seems to me comments about Jacob Zuma have racial undertones...— Jeffrey, caller from Rustenburg
This article first appeared on 702 : #ZumaMustFall protests spark national debate