Jacob Zuma cheered in Cape Town

2013-12-10 18:07

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While President Jacob Zuma was booed by sections of the Joburg crowd during the official memorial for former president Nelson Mandela at FNB Stadium, the few hundred gathered on the Grand Parade in Cape Town clapped and cheered as he came forward to begin his speech.

But he said those doing the booing obviously did so because they had no other platform to express their frustrations, so they took their opportunities where they could get them.

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