Twitter users slam ANCWL’s ‘Zuma’ march

2015-10-30 12:11

Pretoria - South African Twitter users have heavily criticised the ANC Women’s League march to “defend Jacob Zuma’s honour,” claiming the march is a sad indictment of the “state of the ruling party”.

A few hundred members of the ANC’s Women’s League branch gathered at Sammy Marks Square in Pretoria on Friday, to march against a recent painting in which President Jacob Zuma’s genitals are on display.

- Read more: We are being molested: Artist behind naked Zuma painting

The group plans to march to the Union Buildings.

Twitter users though did not take kindly to the intentions of the Women’s League, claiming the march sends the wrong message.

Read on for what South Africans have said about the march at #ANCWYLmarch.

ANCWYL members march in Pretoria. (Naledi Shange, News24)

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