Jacob Zuma campaigns on ticket using race, land, same-sex laws as flashpoints

He accused some parliamentarians of being arrogant and decried that the public had not interrogated governance processes

14 January 2024 - 22:02 By Mfundo Mkhize

The leader of the newly formed uMkhonto weSizwe party, former statesman Jacob Zuma, has called on the public to register to vote so his party can get a two-thirds majority to overhaul some of the laws, including those who permit same-sex marriage...

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