Thursday 17 November 2016 The civil society organisation, 'Save South Africa', led by Sipho Pityana and supported by a range of civil society organisations and ANC veterans, has launched a 'People's Motion of No Confidence against Zuma'.A press release said Pityana told a rally in Port Elizabeth's New Brighton township: “Parliamentarians appear to be unable or unwilling to remove him, so the people will launch their own motion of no confidence on 23 November and remove him from office.”Citing a failure to deliver to the poor, corruption and state-owned entities "being manipulated to provide a conduit for wealth accumulated by a few well-connected people", the organisation described Zuma as "the key facilitator of corruption".Prominent local activists Mkhuseli “Khusta” Jack and the TAC’s Eastern Cape chairperson, Mzi Faku were among those at the rally to lend their support to the initiative.The campaign said it would organise 'silent protests' wherever Zuma appeared in public and get...

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