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The president made it clear on Wednesday that he will not go, but he is shrinking, little by little.
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HuffPost SA asked protestors what changes they wanted to see in the country.
For a country that loves a political march and rally, the National Day of Action was nonetheless significant.
HuffPost asked National Day of Action protestors what impact President Jacob Zuma stepping down would have on the country.
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Come rain for shine these protestors are always on beat
A large birthday bash has been planned for President Jacob Zuma, on the same day as the #NationalDayofAction.
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Political parties taking part in Wednesday's protest are determined to show a united front, and hope all sectors of society will join in.
Fikile Mbalula said the police will act against the destruction of property and intimidation.
When HuffPost spoke to students about the national shutdown they were surprisingly apathetic. So what do they think about tomorrow's cross-party anti-Zuma action?
Opposition parties say the National Day of Action march is just the beginning of a process of mass mobilisation and conscientisation.
Junk status has everything to do with poor and uneducated people as it will affect them directly, EFF leader Julius Malema has said.