Hundreds show up to welcome Zuma back, but he could only address them virtually

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Hundreds of people gathered at the People's Park in Durban to pray for the wellbeing of former president Jacob Zuma who is out of jail on medical parole. Photo: Tebogo Letsie
Hundreds of people gathered at the People's Park in Durban to pray for the wellbeing of former president Jacob Zuma who is out of jail on medical parole. Photo: Tebogo Letsie

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Magashule spoke on the sidelines of the JG Foundation’s homecoming prayer gathering held in support of former president Jacob Zuma on Thursday morning at Moses Mabhida People’s Park in Durban.

“I have no such power; it is not for me to decide [whether he should step aside], it is up to the ANC. I have no connection to any Hawks,” he said.

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