Your Days Are Numbered – Malema Tells Distressed Zuma


The leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Julius Malema says President Zuma is now at the end of the line, and will definitely crash in no distant time.

The Chief Commander of the red block said this as a reminder to the much-anticipated November 2 March against Zuma.

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According to Juju, Zuma made an ass of himself when he breached Madonsela’s recommendations on Nkandla, got entangled in the so-called Spy tape Saga, allowed the Guptas to unduly influence his government and got involved in other unconstitutional acts.

It is understood that the protest is primarily organized to show support to embattled Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan, who would be facing fraud charges in court on the same day.

He, therefore, called on lovers of justice, truth, accountability, credibility and honesty to file out to the picket lines and march against President Zuma. He wrote on Twitter;

“Zuma’s days are numbered, the man will go. Let’s unite on the 2nd Nov 2016 at Church Square Tshwane in defence of a democratic state. The power is in the hands of the masses, let’s occupy Tshwane on the 02 November 2016, if u love this country come to the picket lines.”

Support and calls for the NPA to withdraw charges against Gordhan have continued to grow as he prepares to face his accusers in court on November 2.

Last week, the chief executive officers of about 80 South African companies including Naspers Ltd., the country’s biggest, took out a full-page advertisement in the Johannesburg-based Sunday Times pledging their support for Gordhan.

In as much as Zuma has continued to deny having undue influence in Gordhan’s saga with the Hawks and NPA, it emerged on Monday that NPA head Shaun Abrahams met with Zuma, together with three cabinet ministers a day before he announced Gordhan’s charges.

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The meeting allegedly took place on October 10, hours before Zuma flew to Kenya on a state visit. It also had Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini, State Security Minister David Mahlobo and Masutha in attendance.

Currently, Shaun Abrahams is under fire for attending the meeting with his cohorts. Many also believe it was at the meeting that Zuma instructed him to spank Gordhan harder.

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