EFF on Zuma statue: Even if they name a toilet after him, we will destroy it

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President Jacob Zuma. Picture: Brendan Croft/Foto24
President Jacob Zuma. Picture: Brendan Croft/Foto24

A monument in honour of President Jacob Zuma was nearing completion in the North West in what was expected to lead to another uproar amid escalating criticism from the public.

In March, the provincial government dropped plans in which millions of rands were going to be spent to erect a statue for Zuma in the wake of public uproar against it.

A decision was taken to rather build a monument on the same site along the N14 in Groot Marico, near Zeerust. This is where Zuma was arrested 54 years ago while trying to skip the country into Botswana, together with 45 others.

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