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Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
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Picture: Rabin Singh/Independent Media
Picture: Rabin Singh/Independent Media
Picture: Rabin Singh/Independent Media
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
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Picture: Zelda Venter/Pretoria News
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Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Rabin Singh/Independent Media
Picture: Rabin Singh/Independent Media
Picture: Rabin Singh/Independent Media
Picture: Rabin Singh/Independent Media
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
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Picture: Henk Kruger/ANA Pictures
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Picture: Matthew van Schalkwyk/IOL MOJO
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
Picture: Yasmine Jacobs/IOL
South Africans are gathering for nationwide demonstrations, organised by civic organisations and political parties, calling for President Jacob Zuma to be removed.

The marches come after Zuma’s cabinet reshuffle last week during which Pravin Gordhan was fired as finance minister, prompting an investment status downgrade to “junk” by ratings agency Standard and Poor’s.

Here are some of the creative placards displayed at the marches.