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Supporters of embattled ANC president Jacob Zuma will march on 16 police stations in the greater Durban area tomorrow to demand that the charges against their leader be dropped.
At a press conference in Durban on Tuesday, the ANC's eThekwini regional secretary, John Mchunu, said party members would hand a memorandum at the police stations.
A week later pickets will be staged outside, and where possible, inside 11 magistrates' courts in Durban.
"It is not our intention to disrupt. Our intention is for everybody to hear our grievance," said Mchunu.
A major protest is planned for September 10 outside the NPA offices in Durban.
On the night before Zuma finds out whether Judge Chris Nicholson has ruled in his favour to have the decision to charge him declared unlawful, protesters will stage a night vigil at Pietermaritzburg's Freedom Square.
A press release issued by the ANC's eThekwini region reads: "We can no longer be spectators while our president is being lynched. Billy Downer and [Anton] Steynberg - the two prosecutors handling the Zuma case - are waging a political battle using the state instrument." - Sapa