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ANC stalwart Ronnie Kasrils 'elated' by those calling for political change

Business leaders, civil society groups and ANC veterans are adding their voices to the chorus demanding President Jacob Zuma to step down.

On 16 April 2016 members of the public will gather in their numbers at Regina Mundi Catholic Church in Soweto, to discuss the arrangements for mass civil protest.

There is this call for discussion and consultation... It's a call and a process of challenging the anger of millions.

Ronnie Kasrils, Former Minister of Intelligence

Despite the growing anger in the country, former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils says South Africa needs to get out of its depressed state and appreciate those who stand up for rights and justice.

The Public Protector is a great hero. The Constitutional Court shows us what we've struggled for.

Ronnie Kasrils, Former Minister of Intelligence

The party stalwart commended Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and Gauteng Premier David Makhura for confronting what he calls the rot within the African National Congress.

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