Whodunnit? Giant 'Zuma Must Fall' banner erected in CT
The banner was put on a building in Kloof Street, above a McDonald's restaurant today.
CAPE TOWN - A large banner reading ' Zuma Must Fall' was erected on a building in Kloof Street on Friday.
It's unclear who arranged for the banner to be put up.
"It's not us," says the Democratic Alliance and premier Helen Zille's office says the provincial government hasn't paid for it.
Late last year, over 6,000 people marched in Johannesburg, Pretoria and Cape Town, calling for Zuma to step down. The #ZumaMustFall movement gained ground after he axed Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene, replacing him with little-known member of Parliament Des van Rooyen.
Meanwhile, Twitter is abuzz with comments:
Who paid for that Zuma Poster in Cape Town. Wow
- Dean (@Mageba_Zulu) January 15, 2016
Cape Town reds are sooo stressed about Zuma, 😂😂😂😂it's ending me that oke is going nowhere you need to cool off
- Late Night Shaz (@ShazLNS) January 15, 2016
Longstreet Cape Town RN. I dont know if Zuma will Fall but the ANC is gonna trip over this. pic.twitter.com/jQmmCNoFFs
- Lord Zange Aphoswe (@Mzo_XO) January 15, 2016
Since there's a huge zuma must fall banner in Cape Town, I think it's time he addressed the land issue once and for all.
- Rum Rechovich (@rumsta) January 15, 2016
That poster in cape town looks nice zuma must fall come do this in jhb put big posters all over gauteng zuma must fall fast asap
- rudolph le roux (@rudolph_65972) January 15, 2016
What is the point of the 'Zuma Must Fall' billboard in Cape Town?
- Donald Jackson (@donald_jackson) January 15, 2016
instead of a racism must fall banner, cape town has put up a zuma must fall banner.
- GedleyiGuptisa (@nobudlams) January 15, 2016
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