To show their love and support for His Excellency, Honorable Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma, the ANC in Durban will hold a massive anti regime change march.
The ANC branch says it’s now obvious there are deliberate moves to overthrow the ANC government. They won’t sit back and watch that happen.
“…We are ready to defend our democratically elected President Jacob Zuma and the entire democratic government against any attempts at unconstitutional regime change spearheaded by counter-revolutionaries such as Julius Malema, peace-time heroes and agents of monopoly capital like Sipho Pityana,” said the ruling party’s branch in a statement.
Warning that the individuals names above are plotting to install a puppet government, the regional wing of the ANC asserted that they are now ready to deal with these entities saying they’re tired of them.
With that, it called on ANC members to join the anti regime change march and show that they’re ready to protect South Africa from imperialist forces.
“We call upon all the masses of our people in the entire eThekwini region to join the march so that we can send the clearest message that we are ready in our tireless efforts to defend this country amid unprecedented pressures from imperialist forces and their lackeys,” added the ANC branch.
As learnt, the anti regime change march will kick-off from the King DiniZulu Park at 11:00 on Saturday and head to Durban City Hall.
Meanwhile, the ANC issued a statement on the release of Public Protector’s State Capture report saying it “affirms and appreciates the rights of all individuals implicated in the investigation to legal recourse, including seeking interdict, where they feel aggrieved.”
Afterwards, the party remarked that it looks forward to the imminent release of the State Capture report.
“The Public Protector’s final report into the matter, with its binding recommendations, which are at all times subject to judicial review, will assist the ANC and South Africa to gain clarity on the allegations and point to the resolution of the reported challenges,” stated the ruling party.