A regular listener of Bruce Whitfield’s The Money Show asked the following question:
- Will my boss let me go march next week?
The listener is referring to the mass action planned by a number of organisations ahead of the motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma vote on Tuesday, 8 August.
Whitfield put the listener’s question to Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse Chairperson Wayne Duvenage to answer.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it.)
This is what mobilisation of society is all about.— Wayne Duvenage, Outa
Call in sick. No, I’m joking!— Wayne Duvenage, Outa
In April many businesses gave people the day off.— Wayne Duvenage, Outa
Apply for leave…— Wayne Duvenage, Outa
The last time these marches took place… they [Government] feel the pain.— Wayne Duvenage, Outa
It’s uplifting!— Wayne Duvenage, Outa
It’s getting very hot in President Zuma’s kitchen right now.— Wayne Duvenage, Outa
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