#ZumaMarch: 30+ pictures of today’s anti-Zuma protests across South Africa

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Social media is abuzz with hashtags and images from the marches across South Africa today.

Johannesburg, Cape Town, the Tshwane metro and Durban are hosting some of the largest demonstrations, but a number of other townsfolk are also joining the country’s citizens.

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As more people take to the streets today, the images and videos continue to stream in. We’ll be sure to update this piece as the demonstrations develop across South Africa today.

For now, have a look at just some of the media filtering through on Twitter from today’s protest participants and journalists on the ground.

Memeburn’s 7 April Protests coverage:


In South Africa’s economic heartland, a number of marches and demonstrations are taking place, including a DA-organised march at Newtown’s Mary Fitzgerald Square, a demonstration along Beyers Naude Drive at the N1 intersection, and gatherings outside Luthuli House in the CBD.

A silent protest outside the Gupta’s compound in Saxonwold has also been reported, including a gathering in Edenvale.


Durban’s beachfront has seen increased foot traffic this morning, including mass gatherings outside North Beach and outside Moses Mabhida Stadium.


Church Square is the site of the largest gathering in the capital, with a march to the Union Buildings also planned.

Cape Town

Capetonians took to the streets — from the city centre and St. George’s Mall outside Parliament, to the coastlines of Blouberg in the northern suburbs and as far south as Simon’s Town.


In KwaZulu Natal’s provincial capital, protesters from the ANC and DA have reportedly clashed.

Other protests across South Africa

George, Western Cape

Cradock, Eastern Cape

Paternoster, Western Cape

Mbombela, Mpumalanga

Somerset East, Eastern Cape

St Francis Bay, Eastern Cape

Feature image: Graeme Hammond via Twitter

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