Former president Jacob Zuma will return to South Africa on Saturday from receiving medical treatment in Cuba.
Committee member of the Gauteng RET Zuma supporters Carl Niehaus tweeted asking supporters of the former president to come in their numbers.
Zuma has been out of the country receiving medical attention for an undisclosed illness.
Clement Manyathela speaks to Niehaus about tomorrow's arrangements.
WELCOME HOME PRESIDENT JACOB ZUMA!— Carl Niehaus (@niehaus_carl) February 21, 2020
Tomorrow, Saturday, 22 February 2020, we will be welcoming @PresJGZuma back home. We will gather ar 10:00, tomorrow morning, at OR Tambo International Airport (ORTIA) - International Arrivals. ✊🏾 pic.twitter.com/2nV05nQBtl
We have asked all the supporters to arrive no later than 10 o'clock at OR Tambo International Airport.— Carl Niehaus, Committee member - Gauteng RET Zuma supporters
He has responded positively to treatment which he has received when he was hospitalised in Cuba and he has been discharged from hospital.— Carl Niehaus, Committee member - Gauteng RET Zuma supporters
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