‘Join DA March In Defense Of The Constitution’, DA Begs South Africans


Democratic Alliance (DA) begs South Africans to join the DA march in defense of the nation’s constitution and support a change that will create jobs, deliver better services and stop corruption.

The opposition party said the ruling party is leading the country to destruction, and must be stopped.

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“ANC is taking South Africa in the wrong direction. Instead of firing Jacob Zuma for his role in the Nkandlagate scandal, they defended him. In doing so they violated our Constitution which so many South Africans died fighting for.”

They related that the party and its supporters will this week, take to the streets of Nelson Mandela Bay and Johannesburg to march for change and in defense of the Constitution of South Africa.

With that, DA begged “South Africans from all walks of life to join” the party “in defending and celebrating” South Africa’s Constitution. “We need to stand together, hand-in-hand, to make it clear that we will not allow our hard-won democracy to be trampled on by Jacob Zuma and his ANC,” stated the party.

For according to them, the ANC “unashamedly tried to throw” the “country’s national icon, Nelson Mandela, under the bus, by comparing Zuma’s actions to his.

Both the ANC’s Deputy Minister of Justice, John Jeffreys, and the ANC’s Chief Whip, Jackson Mthembu, did so last week,” DA said.

They as such, asserted that the “shameful attempt to compare Jacob Zuma’s corruption to Tata Madiba’s term of office characterized by reconciliation and growth leaves the DA angry. And, is the essence of the DA march.

We cannot allow for this to continue any longer. We need to put our Constitution and country first again. Our march will be used as a rallying point for all South Africans to help bring about the change we need to move South Africa forward again.”

DA promised that the change will “create jobs, deliver better services and stop corruption.”

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