‘Masses’ to welcome Zuma at rally in Durban

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Former president Jacob Zuma is set to be 'welcomed home' in a rally on Thursday.        Photo by Felix     Dlangamandla/       Foto24/Gallo Images/Getty Images
Former president Jacob Zuma is set to be 'welcomed home' in a rally on Thursday. Photo by Felix Dlangamandla/ Foto24/Gallo Images/Getty Images

What has been billed as a prayer for former president Jacob Zuma in Durban on Thursday, is likely to turn into a massive welcome rally for him.

While the JG Zuma Foundation said the event, which will be held at the People’s Park next to the Moses Mabhida Stadium, would be a low key one owing to Covid-19 restrictions, the main players in the Zuma support network spoke about buses and minibus taxis ferrying people to the event.

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