DA’s ‘March For Change’ turns Joburg blue

2016-04-15 12:05

Johannesburg – Thousands of people turned out for the Democratic Alliance’s ‘March For Change’ in Johannesburg on Friday, turning the city into a sea of blue.

The march began at Peter Roos Park at about 10:00. By the time they were going through Hillbrow, the party claimed that the march was 10 000 strong.

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Party leader Mmusi Maimane led the march, which was headed to Constitution Hill.

The DA called for the march following the Constitutional Court’s judgment which found that President Jacob Zuma violated his oath of office.

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