The Democratic Alliance (DA) claims that logistical issues led to Congress of the People's (Cope) absence at Tuesday’s multi-party march against President Jacob Zuma in Limpopo.
Cope has however disputed this, insisting that the party was not consulted, EWN's Victor Magwedze reports.
Cope has responded saying that the reason they were not able to make it was because they done't know what is within the memorandum and they were not involved in the build-up towards the march.— Victor Magwedze, EWN Reporter
Several opposition parties were a no-show at the DA-led march to the Limpopo Provincial Treasury and Cope alleges that some parties were excluded from the preparation meetings.
Also read: Cope, EFF ditch DA's Limpopo march
Cope has denied claims that the issue was transport getting there. They maintain that they were not filled in.— Victor Magwedze, EWN Reporter
This comes after thousands of South Africans joined a multi-party march to the Union Buildings calling for Zuma to step down.
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