Zuma campaigns at Park Station

2011-05-09 07:24
Johannesburg - A large police contingent patrolled Park Station on Monday morning ahead of President Jacob Zuma's arrival.

Zuma is on the campaign trail in Gauteng, in a final push ahead of the local government elections next week.

Outgoing Johannesburg Mayor Amos Masondo and the ANC's provincial leadership handed out party fliers at the station ahead of Zumas arrival.

Commuters went about their business on the icy Johannesburg morning, with some stopping to collect a flier before continuing on their journeys.

Police were stationed at a side entrance to the station, and dozens were deployed inside.

Zuma is expected to move from the station - where he will campaign - to the Noord Street minibus taxi rank.

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