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ANC members to occupy Luthuli House despite intimidation - protest leader

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Luthuli House (Picture: Supplied)
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Pretoria – ANC members preparing to occupy the party's headquarters in Johannesburg on Monday have said they will proceed with their plan, despite acts of intimidation by ANC Youth League leaders in the capital city on Friday.

"Never in my lifetime have I thought people would be so intolerant that I cannot express my views at a press conference," said Gugu Ndima, who had a microphone taken out of her hands by some leaders of the Youth League.

Ndima had been attempting to share plans for the occupy Luthuli House movement, which is calling for the resignation of both ANC president Jacob Zuma and his national executive committee (NEC).

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