28/09/2017 15:22 SAST | Updated 28/09/2017 15:22 SAST

Corruption Takes Away More Than 76,000 Jobs Per Year

Cosatu embarked on a nationwide strike yesterday. Corruption is but one issue that workers face and it's killing their jobs.

Thousands of protesters flooded the streets in 15 city centres throughout South Africa on Wednesday to show their disapproval of President Jacob Zuma. The march, which was led by trade union federation Cosatu, was also against corruption and state capture.

Cosatu indicated that the strike was not just a strike against the ANC, it was a strike against what was wrong with the movement. Protestors clearly indicated that they wanted Zuma out and that they largely endorsed Ramaphosa as their next president.

Cosatu Strike In Johannesburg