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SaveSA march against Zuma forges ahead despite threats

6 April 2017 7:42 AM

A group of people who identified themselves as ANC members stormed the SaveSA tented camp in Pretoria's Church Square.

Save South Africa (SaveSA) says citizens who want to participate in the march calling for President Jacob Zuma to step down, should not feel threatened.

A group of people believed to be African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) members stormed the SaveSA tented camp in Pretoria's Church Square during their week-long sit-in. The sit-in will culminate in Friday's march to the Union Buildings.

Read: Civil rights activist describes how ANC members threatened organisers

According to EWN reporter, Barry Bateman , Section 27's Mark Heywood says the march is lawful and will be peaceful.

Also read: Anti-Zuma marches planned for Friday, here are the details

Listen to Barry Bateman below for more details...


6 April 2017 7:42 AM