Talk Radio 702's Afternoon Drive host, Redi Tlhabi is in Tshwane for the anti-Zuma marches. Scores are gathered at the Union Buildings.
Tlhabi joined Azania Mosaka live from the action. Tlhabi says the march is proving to be a success.
Many saying corruption is a cancer that can be cured.— Redi Tlhabi, Talk Radio 702's Afternoon Drive host
Tlhabi says the march is a reflection of civil society initiatives. Tlhabi says the head of Johannesburg's Anglican church, Bishops from the Catholic and Methodists church are also at the anti-Zuma march.
She says she also saw Leader of the Congress of the People (COPE) Mosiuoa Lekota, Executive Director of Section27, Mark Heywood as well as Bishop Johannes Seoka.
Watch: Earlier live crossing of Redi Thlabi at #AntiZuma march in Tshwane
Listen to Redi Tlhabi's full crossing in the audio below:
This article first appeared on 702 : Multiracial crowds at #AntiZumaMarches says Redi Tlhabi