Time for Zille to take over, king tells crowd

IN WITH THE NEW: King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo of the Thembu the addresses the DA's biggest rally ever in Transkei, which was held in Mthatha at the weekend. Picture: SHELLEY CHRISTIANS
IN WITH THE NEW: King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo of the Thembu the addresses the DA’s biggest rally ever in Transkei, which was held in Mthatha at the weekend. Picture: SHELLEY CHRISTIANS

KING Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo of the Thembu provided the highlight of the DA’s biggest rally ever in Transkei when he told the crowd it was time for President Jacob Zuma to exit Mthatha so DA leader Helen Zille could enter.

The king told 1300 people at the rally at Walter Sisulu University that Zille must save the Thembu and the country from Nkandla and Zuma.

The enthusiastic crowd – many dressed in traditional dress with exquisite beading work – ululated, cheered, sang and danced.

The king said South Africa thirsted after the DA’s politics of truth because it was tired of liars and traitors.

Explaining his recent, well-publicised meeting with Julius Malema, the king said the EFF leader had asked his permission to canvas for votes in his area. The king had granted permission because all parties must be allowed to canvas for votes.

Zille told the crowds all political parties must reject violence. The new struggle against the government was to be waged through the ballot box. – Jan-Jan Joubert

One thought on “Time for Zille to take over, king tells crowd

  • April 14, 2014 at 4:01 pm
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    Its time for JG Zuma to do the right thing, which is to step down from being the Pressident of the Republic. We wish him well with his looting of the state fund untill he goes to JAIL.

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