Not everyone needs to be pastors, people need to learn other professions, #Zuma jokes, adding about the importance of #FreeEducation— Karinda Jagmohan (@Karinda_J) June 8, 2018
Watch: #Zuma addresses supporters #ZumaCharges@SundayTribuneSA @IOL pic.twitter.com/Uww1KdoDD9
undefinedJune 8, 2018 As Zuma left the courtroom under heavy police guard, there was a thunderous raw from the supporters who chanted his name, "Zuma, Zuma".
Link: Watch: former President Jacob Zuma walks out of the Durban High Court to his #HandsOffZuma supporters @SundayTribuneSA @IOL #zumacharges pic.twitter.com/Q5lBPbMwgM
— Karinda Jagmohan (@Karinda_J) June 8, 2018On stage, representatives from each province were called to speak.
KwaZulu-Natal representative, Meshack Radebe, told the crowd that rumours of Zuma leaving the ANC were false. Zuma himself had already denounced the calls last week.
While former ANC spokesperson and MKMVA member Carl Niehaus said Zuma was the best president since 1994. The recently fired North West premier, Supra Mahumapelo, said he would support Zuma no matter what.
“There is no other President since 1994 who as done as much as Comrade Zuma” says MKMVA’s Carl Niehaus #ZumaCharges @SundayTribuneSA @IOL He later called for everyone to shout “Don’t provoke us” pic.twitter.com/F8F4QHLNir— Karinda Jagmohan (@Karinda_J) June 8, 2018