The Democratic Alliance (DA)’s Mmusi Maimane, United Democratic Movement (UDM)’s Bantu Holomisa and Congress of the People (Cope)’s Lesoia Lekota are expected to address crowds at an anti-Zuma rally in Pretoria.
The group has gathered under the banner of the Freedom Movement at the Caledonian Stadium to call for President Jacob Zuma to resign.
Freedom Movement member and spokesperson Catherine Constantinides says part of the movement's purpose is to shield the Constitution and to give South Africans another platform to hold the President to account.
He is a democratically elected president, however, he is also a president that is not looking out for South African interests.— Catherine Constantinides , spokesperson
We need to make sure our voices are heard in order to protect and safeguard the freedoms that we should be enjoying as South African citizens.— Catherine Constantinides , spokesperson
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