Makhosi Khoza, the ANC MP who is fed up with the Zuma regime’s shenanigans.
When South Africans took to the streets on 7 April to try to force Jacob Zuma to stand down as President, ANC MP Dr Makhosi Busisiwe Khoza was on her way to Pietermaritzburg to visit her mother.
“I drove into Mkondeni and saw this march. It was as big as the march in the ’80s when the former England cricketer Mike Gatting came to play in Pietermarizburg. There were priests and other members of civil society; it was completely multi-racial. What really struck me was that they were all holding the South African flag.
“I thought, we’ve always talked about a rainbow nation and here, quite clearly, is an issue which is uniting all these people; right here are the people I fought for, black and white. It was the flag that really got to me.