Pietermaritzburg - Firmly convinced that the corruption case against former president Jacob Zuma is politically motivated, his supporters hurled insults at the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA), calling them "dogs" while telling Police Minister Bheki Cele to "reign in his people to stop persecuting Zuma".
Singing outside the Pietermaritzburg High Court precinct on Monday, Sibusiso Ngcongo, led a group of about 50 supporters dressed in ANC regalia.
His chanting was laced with vulgarities and lasted about 3 minutes. He then started to insult the NPA.
"NPA, restrain your dogs and tell them to back off from Zuma," Ngcongo said.