AS IT HAPPENED: Tens of thousands march to the Union Buildings against Zuma

2017-04-12 08:22

Tens of thousands of protesters marched to the Union Buildings in protest against President Jacob Zuma.

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12 Apr 14:21

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12 Apr 14:16
Zuma's 'coffin' is now on fire as the march reaches an end.

12 Apr 14:13

12 Apr 14:09
Malema done, a former ANC member (Comrade Jabavu) speaking now as crowds start to disperse.

12 Apr 14:08

12 Apr 14:08
Malema "No one can defeat the will of black people"

12 Apr 14:08
Malema has urged marchers to leave the Union Buildings peacefully.

12 Apr 14:07
Malema: It has started. Go mobilise. 

12 Apr 14:07
Malema: We are not scared of them, not their police, their army, not intelligence.

12 Apr 14:07

12 Apr 14:05
Malema: ConCourt must save lives... speaks on recent reports of threats to Lindiwe Sisulu's life

12 Apr 14:05
Malema: Cowards of the ANC we've got you! (speaking of the secret ballot ConCourt application by UDM)

12 Apr 14:04
Malema has a strained voice but going still... says ANC MPs are cowards 'I worked with all of them, I know'

12 Apr 14:03

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12 Apr 14:02
Malema tells marchers not to lose hope, he says results will be beautiful

12 Apr 14:01
Malema: "This is not a useless exercise. You came out in your numbers, you have sent a strong message."

12 Apr 14:00

12 Apr 14:00
Malema says ANC are misleading people about junk status. Not just issue for white people, but also issue for the poor, he says.

12 Apr 13:59
Malema says even bread will be expensive in 2019 and that junk status is affecting everyone

12 Apr 13:58
Malema explains to the marchers what it means to be downgraded to junk status

12 Apr 13:58

12 Apr 13:56
Malema says they don't have a memorandum, because Zuma can't read.

12 Apr 13:56
Malema says no memorandum, pointless to give one to 'this clown occupying office'.

12 Apr 13:55
Malema: "When we are united, we will never be defeated by Zuma."

12 Apr 13:55
Malema: Zuma the only job he can do better is look after cattle. He doesn't belong at the Union Buildings.

12 Apr 13:55
Malema: When the state of SA is threatened, we put aside differences and unite to defeat the illiterate president

12 Apr 13:54
Julius is up!

12 Apr 13:53

12 Apr 13:52
Moodey challenges Provincial leaders who called for Zuma to go to convince their MPs to vote with opposition

12 Apr 13:52
Moodey: today our country is junk status but you know who's junk? Jacob Zuma.

12 Apr 13:49

12 Apr 13:48
Pityana says they are a peaceful movement, calling for Zuma to go, they can fight them peacefully he says

12 Apr 13:45
Pityana: we have had enough of these thiefs, think they've captured the president they've captured the country

12 Apr 13:45
Pityana: we allowed them to go into our passage of power, stole people's grants & we allowed them, schools, clinics...

12 Apr 13:44
Sipho Pityana from Save SA up next: this is a proud moment for the country

12 Apr 13:44

12 Apr 13:43
We are black like you and we want you out of office Maholozi. We are not racist for saying that - Lekota

12 Apr 13:40
The ANC had a march last year and couldn't fill half this lawn, says Van Damme


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Hlengwa: Msholozi! You've overstayed your welcome. Time to pack your bags & go

12 Apr 13:37

12 Apr 13:36
Hlengwa says Zuma is a failed freedom fighter and he needs to go

12 Apr 13:35
Hlengwa: don't be misled by those who tell you junk status is a blessing in disguise, say they'll pick it up

12 Apr 13:34
Hlengwa up for IFP, 'IFP knows the stakes are too high for anyone to be passive'

12 Apr 13:30
Tloumma from Agang says Zuma's reduced the country into a sham democracy

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