DA blocked in Nkandla
"One day we will look at it as a monument to the fight against corruption" - Zille A LARGE group of ANC supporters sang party songs as they waited for DA leader Helen Zille to leave the Nkandla police station yesterday.She was laying a charge - under the Gatherings Act - against the ANC for blocking a public road during her failed attempt to visit President Jacob Zuma's KwaZulu-Natal homestead.
Standoff at Nkandla - PICS
Several hundred ANC supporters blocked DA leader Helen Zille's planned inspection of President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla residence and police refused Zille permission to proceed along the road to the residence for fears over her safety.
Publicity stunt meets thuggery: The DA’s non-storming of Zuma’s Bastille
The DA’s visit to the president’s Nkandla homestead to inspect multi-million-rand, taxpayer-funded renovations was never going to succeed. It was not meant to. It was calculated to show intolerance for transparency and readiness to bend the rules to protect Zuma. Police and ANC supp...