Zuma is nie bo enige wet of grondwet verhewe nie, en is grondwetlik skuldig deur nie op te daag waar hy moes nie – hy het self besluit om nie by te woon nie. Hy het dit oor homself gebring deur nie te gaan nie. Niemand hou hom vas nie, so niemand se hande is op Zuma gerig nie. Net omdat hy versuim om kommissies wat hom ondersoek nie by te woon nie, is net sy eie skuld en geen lid van die publiek kan daarvoor pa staan nie. Die Zondo kommissie is ook deur Zuma homself aangestel toe hy president was. Die wat so rondhardloop moet ophou om belastinggeld te vermors as hulle plunder en afbrand.
SAPS has started increasing its visibility around the Nkandla area after receiving flak for their lack of visibility when supporters of former president Jacob Zuma flexed their muscles and flouted Covid-19 regulations while convening in support outside his residence on 1 July 2021.
Beyond blatantly breaching the lockdown regulations under level 4, Zuma’s supporters also fired live ammunition in the air as they drove in a motorcade from the small town of Eshowe to his rural homestead of Nkandla in northern KwaZulu-Natal.
Chants of war cries reverberated in the rural setting, accompanied by singing and dancing as the bumper-to-bumper motorcade of more than 100 vehicles slowly made its way from Eshowe, the oldest town settled by Europeans in Zululand to Nkandla 45 minutes away.
The four police officers in a lone SAPS van watched on as some supporters in the crowd of more than 400 repeatedly fired their guns while others walked around without wearing face masks. There was no social distancing either.
eThekwini ANC councillor Ntando Khuzwayo, who is also a staunch backer of embattled former eThekwini mayor Zandile Gumede, told City Press outside the homestead that Tuesday’s Constitutional Court judgment was a “grave injustice” to Zuma.
He said this was why Zuma’s supporters were breaching the Covid-19 level 4 regulations which prohibits gatherings, to show their disapproval of the court’s “errant finding”.
“We no longer have any faith in the courts and the justice system. So we will be here at this gate defending Zuma and stopping him even if he wants to subject himself to that court order. We are saying Zuma shouldn’t go to jail,” Khuzwayo said.
Is dit wettige vuurwapens wat so afvuur en waarom neem die SAPS nie die nodige inhegtenisnames as daar in die lug geskiet word nie?
Supporters of Former President Jacob Zuma are protesting in groups at Durban city hall to start their journey of support to Nkandla. D-day for Zuma to voluntarily surrender to police to start serving a 15-month jail sentence is this Sunday.
Hundreds of supporters of former President Jacob Zuma have defied government’s lockdown regulations to converge outside his home in Nkandla, in northern KwaZulu-Natal.
The Constitutional Court has ruled that former President Jacob Zuma is guilty of contempt of court for refusing to appear before the State Capture Commission