'When Zuma goes‚ you will still be eating chicken feet and pap'

08 February 2016 - 17:16 By Sipho Masombuka

President Jacob Zuma was thronged during a walkabout in Marabastad‚ west of Pretoria‚ on Monday.But not everybody was excited about his presence‚ with many continuing with their businesses as the president encouraged people to listen to his upcoming state of the nation address (SONA).People jostled to shake his hand and chanted his clan name “Nxamalala” as he entered the Belle Ombre taxi rank‚ while others said they could not wait for him to leave as he was causing a commotion and that his visit...

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