Opposition parties are discussing a joint plan to push the ANC into recalling President Jacob Zuma — including a call on their supporters to take to the streets.The UDM’s Bantu Holomisa proposed the notion‚ saying: "#RemoveZumaMarch. South Africans‚ let’s discuss the possibility of taking to the streets on February 22 2018‚ the day of Zuma’s vote of no confidence in Parliament. We can’t rely on a divided ANC.""We must never forget that it has never been the ANC’s plan to remove Zuma‚ hence they are pussyfooting‚" said Holomisa. "In fact, we should scrap [the state of the nation address] 2018 altogether to avoid a double wastage. Let’s rather focus on the budget and the no-confidence debate on Zuma."Julius Malema‚ leader of the EFF‚ tweeted: "It looks like we have to go to the streets because those with power don’t know how to exercise it‚ no one can defeat the power of the masses ... The masses must take over now and reclaim their country from @MYANC cowards."The DA’s Mmusi Maimane ...

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