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DURBAN - 11 February 2016 - ON the very day that South Affrica's President Jacob Zuma was due to deliver the state of the nation address to parliament 2000 kilometres away in Cape Town, a small group of protesters staged a protest for him to go. Passing supporters of the South African president heckled those who want him to leave office. But in between the heckling and counter heckling there were some who could still smile. She wants him to go, he wants Zuma to stay in power. Zuma the third president of the country has becoming increasingly unpopular amid allegations of corruption in the ruling party. Durban is the largest city in KwaZulu-Natal, which is Zuma's powerbase. Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP
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DURBAN - 11 February 2016 - ON the very day that South Affrica's President Jacob Zuma was due to deliver the state of the nation address to parliament 2000 kilometres away in Cape Town, a small group of protesters staged a protest for him to go. Passing supporters of the South African president heckled those who want him to leave office. But in between the heckling and counter heckling there were some who could still smile. She wants him to go, he wants Zuma to stay in power. Zuma the third president of the country has becoming increasingly unpopular amid allegations of corruption in the ruling party. Durban is the largest city in KwaZulu-Natal, which is Zuma's powerbase. Picture: Allied Picture Press/APP