President Jacob Zuma will launch the
African National Congress’s election manifesto in Port
Few ANC branches in Gauteng and the
Eastern Cape have
broken ranks, saying that President Zuma should step down.
The President has come under fire
for breaching the Constitution in his handling of the Nkandla matter.
In the 2011 municipal poll, the ANC
got just under 52 percent of the vote to win control of the Eastern Cape Metro,
but the Democratic Alliance's campaign is in full swing.
Meanwhile Economic Freedom Fighters leader
Julius Malema says South Africa is
suffering because the ANC believes it’s more important than the country.
The Democratic Alliance says it
expects thousands of people to march to the Constitutional
Court this morning to put more pressure
on President Jacob Zuma to resign.
The DA claims President Zuma doesn’t
care about the Constitution and the country’s citizens.
The DA’s Mabine Seabe
says the party expects as many as 10,000 supporters to join its leader, Mmusi
Maimane, in a march to the Constitutional
Labels: ANC election Manifesto in the Nelson Mandela Bay tomorrow