LIVE: 'Corruption can't be our heritage'

2015-09-30 11:38

Get the latest as South Africans in Pretoria, Cape Town, Durban and other major metros march against corruption.


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30 Sep 13:34
Some of the marchers in Pretoria. They better have enough water on them as it looks quite hot.

30 Sep 13:28

30 Sep 13:25
Anti-corruption marchers have arrived at the Union Buildings in Pretoria.

30 Sep 12:56
Protestors in Pretoria make their feelings clear. Photo again by Mpho Raborife.

30 Sep 12:52
Here's Julius and co in their march-friendly shoes in Pretoria. Photo by News24's Mpho Raborife.

30 Sep 12:49
Well, that's awkward.

30 Sep 12:43
Durban's marchers are on the move.

30 Sep 12:41
Ronnie Kasrils addresses the crowd in Cape Town. Photo by Tina Hsu.

30 Sep 12:39
This picture was also seen at the Cape Town march. It's doubtful that's what JP stands for.

30 Sep 12:30
Yes, that's EFF leader Julius Malema holding hands with UDM leader Bantu Holomisa. Such sensible shoes they're wearing.

30 Sep 12:22
Actually, the Durban march is facing a bit of a delay because the city's Metro Police won't let marchers use a truck.

30 Sep 12:06
The march is about to get started in Durban, says News24's Kaveel Singh.

30 Sep 12:03

30 Sep 11:59

30 Sep 11:57
News24 reporters Paul Herman and Tina Hsu are at the march in Cape Town.

30 Sep 11:50
WATCH : The Unite Against Corruption march get under way in Cape Town.

30 Sep 11:49
The Tutu Legacy has also pledged its support. In the centre of the photo below is Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu's daughter, Mpho, as well as the current Anglican Archbishop Thabo Makgoba.

30 Sep 11:45
According to UAC, marches have been arranged for Pretoria, Cape Town, Durban, Polokwane and Grahamstown.

30 Sep 11:38
Are you at any of the marches? Send us your eyewitness accounts and pictures

30 Sep 11:38

South Africans across the country took to the streets on Wednesday to march against corruption.

The event was organised by Unite Against Corruption (UAC), a civil society body. UAC is supported by civil society bodies such as Corruption Watch, Right2Know, the Treatment Action Campaign, Section27, Sonke Gender Justice and Equal Education amongst many others.

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