Tomorrow, 8 August 2017, opposition parties in Nelson Mandela Bay will unite in a march ahead of the Motion of No Confidence in President Jacob Zuma where Members of Parliament will have the power to remove him as President of South Africa.
The Democratic Alliance (DA), together with the African Christian Democratic Party(ACDP), AGANG, African Independent Congress (AIC), African Patriotic Congress (APC), the Congress of the People (COPE), the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), the Inkatha Freedom Fighters (IFP), the Pan African Congress (PAC) and the United Democratic Movement, as well as the Freedom Front Plus (VF), will unite in standing up against corruption and getting rid of President Zuma who continues to fail particularly the poor and the jobless.
The opposition parties encourage all residents of NMB to unite and join the march in support of the Motion of No Confidence.
Details of the march are as follows:
- Date: 8 August 2017
- Time: 10:00
- Meeting point: New Law Courts Parking area; Govan Mbeki Ave North End,
- Delivery point: City Hall (Vuyisile Mini Square), CBD
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