“Not quite revolution in South Africa”

Over 60,000 South Africans rallied against President Jacob Zuma today, after years of corruption and cronyism by the former ANC terrorist culminated last week in the firing of the country’s Finance Minister. The elderly leader, who has escaped charges of rape and graft in the past, is being opposed by much of the nation, including White South Africans.

Thousands marched on the Unions building in Pretoria’s capitol district, chanting and singing for Zuma to step down.

Photos by Mircea C. Negres of Port Elizabeth, South Africa, of the anti-Zuma protests there, which were comparatively peaceful. Apparently, South Africa’s Whites are not yet standing up as they might be expected to, considering the future which they potentially face.