DA to lay charges against ANC after 2 members injured
The DA in KZN says it will be laying charges after two of its members were allegedly attacked by ANCYL members after the anti-Zuma march on Friday.
JOHANNESBURG – The Democratic Alliance (DA) in KwaZulu-Natal says two of its activists were allegedly attacked after their anti-president Jacob Zuma march on Friday.
Earlier the party walked from the Durban circus site along the Durban north beach promenade where thousands gathered to express their dissatisfaction against the president.
Shortly after the DA members dispersed, the African National Congress Youth League moved from the CBD toward where the league's provincial secretary, Thanduxolo Sabela, said the aim was to confront the anti-Zuma marchers.
KZN DA leader Zwakele Mncwango says, “Fortunately we were already starting to leave the venue, but some of our activists were still around the venue. Two have been injured and tomorrow we will be laying a criminal charge against the ANC.”