Image 1 of 1

20140319gs_6745_NumsaDbnMarch.jpg

Add to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
DURBAN - 19 March 2014 - Zwelinzima Vavi, the suspended general secretary of the Congress of SA Trade Unions federations, speaks to reporters at the Durban City Hall following a march of several thousand members of the National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa through central Durban to protests for more jobs. Asked to comment on the Public Protector's report on President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla residence, he said that: ""I can never ever agree to suddenly call a swimming pool a fire pool. Nor will I agree that we must call an amphitheatre a wall with steps." Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP
Copyright
Giordano Stolley 2014
Image Size
3445x2297 / 1.7MB
Contained in galleries
News
DURBAN - 19 March 2014 - Zwelinzima Vavi, the suspended general secretary of the Congress of SA Trade Unions federations, speaks to reporters at the Durban City Hall following a march of several thousand members of the  National Union of Metal Workers of South Africa through central Durban to protests for more jobs. Asked to comment on the Public Protector's report on President Jacob Zuma's Nkandla residence, he said that: ""I can never ever agree to suddenly call a swimming pool a fire pool. Nor will I agree that we must call an amphitheatre a wall with steps." Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP