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Thursday, 28 September 2017

South African Union Workers Protest Against Corruption

South Africa’s biggest union group held marches nationwide on Wednesday to protest what it alleges is chronic corruption fueled by President Jacob Zuma and a prominent family of businessmen, reflecting public anger over a scandal that has ensnared several international companies.








The protests by the Congress of South African Trade Unions in Johannesburg and other cities come amid a power struggle within the ruling African National Congress party, the former anti-apartheid movement that has led South Africa since white minority rule ended in 1994.



Dressed in red T-shirts and chanting old liberation songs, some of the protesters in Johannesburg were calling for President Jacob Zuma to step down. 






Edited From Washington Post

3 comments:

Miss Ess said...

Ok na

Yori Yori Princess Loveme Jeje said...

I wonder how zuma survived that vote of no confidence. Corruption everywhere. Our own na No 1 spot the thing dey very well and it has removed to shake body at all, make other countries take over

Welcome to my World said...

Corruption everywhere

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