The Methodist Church of South Africa will join several civil rights groups to protest against President Jacob Zuma on Friday.
Marches have been planned in parts of the country including Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban.
Presiding Bishop of the MCSA Rev Ziphozihle Siwa has urged South Africans to stand together irrespective of their political standings.
We said the actions of certain individuals have launched the nation into a deep crisis and that must be corrected, we are not targeting any political party.— Rev. Ziphozihle Siwa, Presiding Bishop of the MCSA
The means depend on all South Africans, they can bring about an outcome.— Rev. Ziphozihle Siwa, Presiding Bishop of the MCSA
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This article first appeared on 702 : Religious leaders to join #Peoplesmarch against Zuma on Friday