MKMVA stands firm on civil unrest threats if Zuma is arrested

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Former president Jacob Zuma’s supporters and members of the Umkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans’ Association march along the road near his home in Nkandla on Friday
Former president Jacob Zuma’s supporters and members of the Umkhonto weSizwe Military Veterans’ Association march along the road near his home in Nkandla on Friday
TEBOGO LETSIE

Despite the ANC national executive committee (NEC) calling supporters of former President Jacob Zuma to order, the threat of civil unrest due to his legal problems remains.

Zuma supporters, who during a week long protest outside his Nkandla homestead threatened war should he be arrested, had by yesterday not changed their stance.

This is despite both the Constitutional Court which last week sentenced Zuma to 15 months in jail, and the Pietermaritzburg High Court having granted him the permission to state his case before them.

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