#RememberKhwezi protester dismisses claims of political interference
Naledi Chirwa says its appalling that the ANCWL claims the picket was orchestrated by the EFF.
JOHANNESBURG - One of the women who protested as President Jacob Zuma gave an address at the election results announcement says the demonstration had nothing to do with politics.
A group of four women staged a silent anti-rape protest as Zuma gave a speech at the national election results centre in Pretoria on Saturday night.
The demonstration recalled his rape trial 10 years ago.
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Naledi Chirwa says she has no regrets about the silent protest and says it was a spontaneous decision.
"There is no right place, there is no right time and I have been saying this. We don't get raped at the right time, we don't get raped at the right place and in that same breath, the fact that people want an explanation, further outline the problem that is happening."
Chirwa who is also an EFF member says it's appalling that the African National Congress Women's League president Bathabile Dlamini claims the picket was orchestrated by the EFF.
"Two days from now they will be screaming 'wa tinta abafazi wa tint'umbokoto' (You strike a woman; you strike a rock). But they watched us being titnta'd (struck) there. They watched us and in fact they threw stones at us and said we were not supposed to be there, so we deserved it."
She says this will not be the final protest and they will continue to demonstrate against rape.