A call to join protest march against Zuma and corruption

A protest march has been organised for all South Africans to stand together against President Jacob Zuma and corruption.

President Zuma faces mounting pressure to resign following his decision to fire Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and his deputy Mcebisi Jonas on Friday.

Melissa Smith, march organizer is a private citizen who says she saw fit that people in Cape Town also come together and challenge Zuma's actions. She says necessary arrangements have been made with the municipality to make sure the march is not in violation of any law and is peaceful.

Since the announcement, other marches have been held in other cities.

The march in Cape Town is scheduled to take place on Friday 7 April in front of Iziko Museum at 12:00 ( Company's Garden)

The Democratic Alliance has also called on all South Africans to join in a march at Luthuli House on Friday and sign a #NoConfidence petition against President Zuma. See below:

To hear more about this march, listen below:


Recommended

by NEWSROOM AI

CapeTalk welcomes all comments that are constructive, contribute to discussions in a meaningful manner and take stories forward.

However, we will NOT condone the following:

  • Racism (including offensive comments based on ethnicity and nationality)
  • Sexism
  • Homophobia
  • Religious intolerance
  • Cyber bullying
  • Hate speech
  • Derogatory language
  • Comments inciting violence.

We ask that your comments remain relevant to the articles they appear on and do not include general banter or conversation as this dilutes the effectiveness of the comments section.

We strive to make the CapeTalk community a safe and welcoming space for all.

CapeTalk reserves the right to: 1) remove any comments that do not follow the above guidelines; and, 2) ban users who repeatedly infringe the rules.

Should you find any comments upsetting or offensive you can also flag them and we will assess it against our guidelines.

CapeTalk is constantly reviewing its comments policy in order to create an environment conducive to constructive conversations.

Read More
SACP wants Zuma axed and Guptas gone from SA

SACP wants Zuma axed and Guptas gone from SA

The SA Communist Party has called for President Jacob Zuma to resign over his reckless actions which plunged SA into deep crisis.

Media must interrogate itself - analyst

Media must interrogate itself - analyst

Political analyst David Maimela shares his opinion after criticism of biased media reporting over Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle.

Impact of Cabinet reshuffle examined

Impact of Cabinet reshuffle examined

Political analyst Nomphumelelo Runji says reshuffle highlights Zuma's isolation within the ANC.

Zuma is inept President, says grieving Barbara Hogan

Zuma is inept President, says grieving Barbara Hogan

Ahmed Kathrada's widow and former Cabinet member Barbara Hogan says the President's reshuffle is a defining moment in SA history.

Pityana: We have the wrong person at the helm

Pityana: We have the wrong person at the helm

Save SA convener Sipho Pityana says South Africa is in trouble.

Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle a low blow on SA's poor, says Archbishop Makgoba

Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle a low blow on SA's poor, says Archbishop Makgoba

Archbishop Thabo Makgoba says that poor South Africans stand to lose the most following President Jacob Zuma's Cabinet reshuffle.

Gordhan rubbishes intelligence report and is applauded by Treasury staff

Gordhan rubbishes intelligence report and is applauded by Treasury staff

Former Finance Minister addressed media and Treasury staff at a media briefing following them being removed from his post.

Guptas gave us business opportunities, while our comrades didn't - Maphatsoe

Guptas gave us business opportunities, while our comrades didn't - Maphatsoe

Deputy Defence Ministe Kebby Maphatsoe says reshuffling Cabinet is a president's prerogative and MK Vets unashamed of Gupta ties.

Protesters gather outside Parly gates over Zuma's reshuffle

Protesters gather outside Parly gates over Zuma's reshuffle

The demonstration has been led by the Social Justice Coalition, the South Africa First movement, Save SA and other civil groups.

Popular articles
[LISTEN] Van Breda's call to emergency services: 'My family and I were attacked'

[LISTEN] Van Breda's call to emergency services: 'My family and I were attacked'

The chilling call Henri van Breda made to emergency services on the night his mother, father and big brother were hacked to death.

SANDF soldier arrested for robbery on trial for attempted murder

SANDF soldier arrested for robbery on trial for attempted murder

Operations chief, General Barney Hlatshwayo's personal driver was arrested on Tuesday.

[WATCH] 'These thugs need to be arrested and rot in jail'- Bongani Bingwa

[WATCH] 'These thugs need to be arrested and rot in jail'- Bongani Bingwa

Bongani Bingwa shares his thoughts on the Panyaza Lesufi 'effigy' incident on Wednesday.

Everything you know about success is (mostly) wrong

Everything you know about success is (mostly) wrong

Allon Raiz on “Barking up the Wrong Tree: The Surprising Science behind Why Everything You Know about Success Is (Mostly) Wrong”.

Defence: State has failed to prove that Van Breda killed his family

Defence: State has failed to prove that Van Breda killed his family

Henri van Breda’s legal team presented its closing arguments in the Western Cape High Court.

Hope Ramaphosa: Cyril never lifted a finger to me, he wouldn't beat a woman

Hope Ramaphosa: Cyril never lifted a finger to me, he wouldn't beat a woman

Cyril Ramaphosa's ex-wife says abuse allegations spread by EFF leader Julius Malema are an attempt to tarnish his reputation.

Is Shakespeare still relevant to SA's school curriculum?

Is Shakespeare still relevant to SA's school curriculum?

How relevant is Shakespeare in SA's English literature which is written in a manner that no one speaks today?

3 reasons for the petrol price hike (and why it will hurt more than you think)

3 reasons for the petrol price hike (and why it will hurt more than you think)

Economist Dawie Roodt says that the petrol price hike is going to boost the cycle of inflation and force interest rates up.