The current social media and national trend under the #Zumamustfall is gaining momentum. This was one of the words prophesied in the God Said 2015 prophetic bulletin.
In August 2014 the following was prophesied in regard to the South African President:
Zuma Must Fall: Thousands protest in South Africa to demand President Jacob Zuma’s resignation
By Priyanka Mogul
December 16, 2015 11:06 GMT
Twitter hashtag #ZumaMustFallMarch was trending at number one in South Africa on Wednesday (16 December) as thousands took to the streets to demand that President Jacob Zuma resign from his post. The ANC, Zuma’s ruling political party, has come out in defence of the president.
The anti-Zuma protest was led by the Unite Against Corruption group, who also led the#FeesMustFall campaign in October. People in Pretoria, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth and Johannesburg took to the streets, insisting thatcorruption has worsened in South Africa since Zuma came to power in 2009. The march coincides with the public holiday, Day of Reconciliation, which is to encourage national unity.
#ZumaMustFall marches gain momentum in Gauteng
Barry Bateman, Masego Rahlaga & Siyabonga Sesant
PRETORIA – As the ‘Zuma Must Fall’ marches gain momentum in different cities, demonstrators have started gathering in Pretoria.
Nearly 2,000 demonstrators are prepared to take part in a march to the Union Buildings, demanding President Jacob Zuma’s removal from office.
The demonstration is one of many being organised in several South African cities in reaction to the president’s decisions related to the finance minister.
Last week, Zuma fired Nhlanhla Nene and replaced him with Des van Rooyen, but replaced him with Pravin Gordhan after several days of public uproar and a turbulent market reaction.
The fine drizzle that has blanketed the capital city this morning hasn’t deterred hundreds of people from gathering to express their dissatisfaction with Zuma.
A small group of police are keeping an eye on the peaceful demonstrators.
A tent has been setup where many of the demonstrators are signing a petition calling for Zuma to ‘fall’.