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#ZumaMustFall marches racist, hypocritical - ANC

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Johannesburg - The ANC on Wednesday claimed the poor attendance at the #ZumaMustFall marches was an affirmation that President Jacob Zuma's decision to appoint Pravin Gordhan as minister of finance was generally accepted by South Africans.

"What is notable in these marches is that they are organised by a few groups of people who seem not to be interested about fiscal policies of the country," spokesperson Zizi Kodwa told News24.

"They've got other interests, such as regime change, and they harbour racist hatred."

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