EFF to march against Zuma

Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema says Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan must cooperate with the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) and prove that the fraud charges against him are not true.

He says this is President Jacob Zuma's attempt to ensure that he selects a finance minister he can manipulate for his own benefit.

He says there is no merit to this (charges against Gordhan). It just goes to prove that President Jacob Zuma is behind this.

Masa Kekana, EWN reporter

Malema says his party will march for free education, and demand Zuma and NPA head Shaun Abrahams step down on November 02 in Tshwane.

He has also 'unapologetically' vowed his support for students who are protesting for free education.

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