A legal battle of note will ensue as UDM pushes for secret ballot vote in no confidence motion while facing opposition from Zuma
ANC leaders were meant to explain the NWC's decision to back Zuma after the reshuffle, but instead slammed the anti-Zuma marches.
The ban follows a call from SaveSA and SA First Forum encouraging participants in the Two Oceans Marathon to wear a black armband.
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Parliament Speaker Baleka Mbete has decided to postpone the motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma until further notice.
SaveSA and SA First have encouraged Two Oceans Marathon runners to wear black armbands on Saturday to say no to poor leadership.
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The DA says Parliament is able to reschedule the motion of no confidence, until the ConCourt rules on the secret ballot matter.
The meeting was held on Tuesday night at the Union Buildings making it a rare occurrence in SA.
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Retired ConCourt Judge Zak Yacoob says loyalty to one's political party may conflict with loyalty to the Constitution.
The EFF leader joined other opposition parties and addressed crowds in a joint protest calling for the President to step down.
Members of the opposition parties have made their way to the Union Buildings despite rain threatening to disrupt the morning.
Zuma's racist rhetoric about the recent mass protests is diverting from the real issue of a corrupt and morally defunct state.
ConCourt granted UDM access to argue why MPs should vote by secret ballot and allowed parties involved to file opposing papers.
Casac has submitted an application with the courts, to be admitted as an amicus for the UDM.
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The African Independent Congress will march with other opposition parties to the Union Buildings.
ConCourt considers hearing UDM's application on secret ballot and may lead to vote of no confidence being postponed says Holomisa.
Khoza says leadership defines society, and the ANC needs to be open to criticism from its own members as well as citizens.
United Democratic Movement leader says ANC intimidated MPs in public, therefore, they should be protected through secret ballots.
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UDM wants MPs to vote by secret ballot when Parliament debates the motion of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma.
ACDP, APC, COPE, DA, EFF, IFP and UDM have joined forces in their call for Zuma to step down.
UDM will be approaching the Concourt for permission to vote through a secret ballot during the motion of no confidence in Zuma.
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Dlodlo was criticised for commenting on good conduct of nationwide marches but ignoring the reasons why people were protesting.
The term coined on social media gets it's inspiration from Gwede Mantashe flip-flopping on his criticism of the ANC.
Vavi commended South African's for standing up against Zuma on Friday, calling on him to step down.
KZN ANCYL heckled former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and ANC treasurer general, Zweli Mkhize, Ahmed Kathrada's memorial.
Save SA says another march has been organised for April 18 outside Parliament where a motion of no confidence will be held.
UDM leader says his party is heading to court to argue that MPs should be allowed to vote by secret ballot against Zuma.
SaveSA convener, Sipho Pityana, says they will continue with public campaigns to put pressure on President Jacob Zuma to resign.
SACP's Solly Mapaila says they're still not satisfied with the manner in which President Jacob Zuma handled the Cabinet reshuffle.
Advocate Rod Solomons, Convener, SA First Forum says anti Zuma protest was a massive success.
Political analyst David Maimela says that large scale protests can challenge the governing party, but SA hasn't achieved that yet.
DA spokesperson Refiloe Ntsekhe told EWN's Masa Kekana that the party had received threats against Maimane and DA demonstrators.
Anchor Redi Tlhabi reflects on the peaceful and well-attended People's March organised by civil society group Save South Africa.
The South African Communist Party is adamant they want President Zuma to resign.
South Africans are demonstrating across the country calling for President Jacob Zuma to resign as the president of South Africa.
SaveSA People's March calling for President Jacob Zuma to resign has been granted permission by the courts.
The City of Tshwane denied South African Communist Party (SACP) permission to march to National Treasury on Friday.
SaveSA's Themba Masango reiterates that the march is legal and they have met all the City requirements.
Section27 as part of SaveSA have pitched tents in Pretoria's Church Square ahead of Friday's peaceful protest.
National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete confirmed Parly will debate a motion of no confidence in President Zuma the week after next.