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ANC marches on the Goodman Gallery

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Some protesters said they had slept overnight at the park in anticipation of the march on the Goodman Gallery in Rosebank.

The march is to protest the exhibition of the painting by artist Brett Murray showing Zuma's genitals.

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Military veterans in full camouflage at front of the march. Photo: Yusuf Omar, TwitterMarchers flanked by SAPS in riot gear. Photo: Yusuf Omar, TwitterBlaze Mzimande and Gwede Matashe at front of march locking arms with comrades. Photo: Yusuf Omar, TwitterProtestors outside the Goodman Gallery in Rosebank. They gathered at the gallery in protest against Brett Murray's "The Spear", which, until it was defaced last Tuesday, was on display there. It showed President Jacob Zuma with genitals hanging out of his trousers. Photo: SapaA protestor outside the Goodman Gallery in Rosebank. People were gathering at the gallery in protest against Brett Murray's "The Spear", which, until it was defaced last Tuesday, was on display there. It showed President Jacob Zuma with genitals hanging out of his trousers. Photo: Yusuf Omar, TwitterA protestor outside the Goodman Gallery in Rosebank. People were gathering at the gallery in protest against Brett Murray's "The Spear", which, until it was defaced last Tuesday, was on display there. It showed President Jacob Zuma with genitals hanging out of his trousers. Photo: Yusuf Omar, TwitterLouis Mabokela, who defaced Brett Murray's painting of President Jacob Zuma with exposed genitals, is seen at the protest march outside the Goodman Gallery in Rosebank on Tuesday. The march is a protest against Brett Murray's "The Spear", which, until it was defaced last Tuesday, was on display at the Goodman Gallery. Photo: SapaProtestors outside the Goodman Gallery in Rosebank. They gathered at the gallery in protest against Brett Murray's "The Spear", which, until it was defaced last Tuesday, was on display there. It showed President Jacob Zuma with genitals hanging out of his trousers. Photo: SapaProtestors outside the Goodman Gallery in Rosebank. They gathered at the gallery in protest against Brett Murray's "The Spear", which, until it was defaced last Tuesday, was on display there. It showed President Jacob Zuma with genitals hanging out of his trousers. Photo: SapaProtestors outside the Goodman Gallery in Rosebank. They gathered at the gallery in protest against Brett Murray's "The Spear", which, until it was defaced last Tuesday, was on display there. It showed President Jacob Zuma with genitals hanging out of his trousers.Protestors outside the Goodman Gallery in Rosebank. They gathered at the gallery in protest against Brett Murray's "The Spear", which, until it was defaced last Tuesday, was on display there. It showed President Jacob Zuma with genitals hanging out of his trousers. Photo: Sapa

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