From the height of an imposing pedestal were he addressed a mammoth crowd, watching and listening with rapt attention by the thousands of audience, the EFF leader Julius Malema warned that if a Parliamentary motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma succeeds, he will still try to remain in office.
He said Zuma would argue that the ANC did not tell him to go.
In his words, the ferocious opposition leader bellowed:
“Be prepared for dictatorship…but we are not scared,” he told a large crowd of opposition party supporters in Mary Fitzgerald Square in Johannesburg.
“If Parliament says he must leave, and he refuses to leave, we will break him out of the union buildings by force.” It would appear as though the cycle is unending.