On Saturday, 8 April, over 600 South Africans gathered in front of the South African High Commission in London in solidarity with those protesting in South Africa, calling for President Zuma to go.
President Zuma has threatened our economy by firing Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and his deputy, Mcebisi Jonas on the strength of a bizarre and seemingly last minute “security report”. This is nothing more than an attempt at total state capture and cannot be accepted.
As South Africans we must work together, regardless of the party we vote for, to remove Zuma before he destroys our democracy and our shared future.
The DA Abroad organised the protest, however this was a community event with South Africans from all walks of life attending the protest. South Africans who care about the future of our country came together as a community and as part of the movement for change, dressed in their proudly South African gear.
The protest attendees handed over a memorandum to the Deputy High Commissioner.
The Westminster Council and Metro Police had been notified of our intention to peacefully protest.
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- eNCA: https://www.enca.com/south-africa/watch-anti-zuma-protests-spread-to-london
- News24: http://www.news24.com/Multimedia/South-Africa/pics-anti-zuma-protests-in-london-20170410
- The South African: http://www.thesouthafrican.com/south-africans-in-london-had-their-own-zumamustfall-protest-this-weekend-pictures/