LIVE BLOG: State capture march in Tshwane

Thousands of supporters of the EFF, DA and Save South Africa will be marching through the streets of Pretoria this morning.

According to Tshwane Metro Police Department (TMPD) all marches will commence from 8am until 3pm. The DA and the EFF will march from Church Square to the Pretoria Magistrate’s Court.

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A statement released by Save South Africa Coalition said the campaign found NPA Head Shawn Abrahams’ decision to withdraw the charges of fraud against Pravin Gordhan and senior SARS officials Ivan Pillay and Oupa Magashula encouraging.

"It shows we can stop State Capture"

Lawson Naidoo, Save South Africa Coalition

The group have called on Abrahams to step down as national director of public prosecutions.

According to Save Sound Africa twitter page, the Save South Africa Declaration and Founding Principles will be released at their Assembly gathering in Pretoria.

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