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SA's opposition parties join hands to have Zuma removed

4 April 2017 8:11 AM

A plan of action has been put together by political parties to show disapproval of Zuma's recent cabinet reshuffle.

South Africa's opposition parties have put their differences aside to come up with a plan to have President Jacob Zuma removed from office.

EWN reporter, Masa Kekana says the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Democratic Alliance (DA), UDM, Cope, ACDP, IFP have come up with a programme of action which includes a summit, a national day of action to show their disappointment in President Zuma.

Wednesday 12 April has been earmarked as a national day of action where all South Africans belonging to those political parties or not are encouraged to march to the union buildings in solidarity.

The political parties have also proposed a motion of no confidence in President Zuma.

They feel this time it will be different as other members of the ANC's top six are standing and speaking out in disapproval of the president's actions.

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This article first appeared on CapeTalk : SA's opposition parties join hands to have Zuma removed


4 April 2017 8:11 AM

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