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South Africa is outraged by the drastic changes within our Government. Multiple protests are taking place nationwide so citizens can make a stand.


South African’s have been called to mobilize against the way the country has been run. Frustrations and anger are high after the cabinet reshuffle and it seems majority of South African’s are ready to stand up and request that the president either step aside or be removed as the leader of the country.

We do not promote our personal political affiliation on Good Things Guy however we are all for the progress of South Africa. We decided to verify and confirm exactly which marches are the official ones to attend on the 7th of April for the Stand still.

Here is what we found (for more info on each march, click the name of the organisation):


Pretoria March – Organised by Save South Africa & Outa, from Church Square to the Union Buildings. Starting at 12:00pm.

Johannesburg March – Organised by The DA, from Westgate Transport Hub at 10am on Friday morning and end at Mary Fitzgerald Square, Johannesburg.

Edenvale March – Organised by Edenvale save our Country South Africa, from Horwoods Farm starting at 09:00am

Saxonwold Meditation and Walk – Organised by Member’s of the public, at EQ Centre, 4 Ashwold Road from 12:00pm to 14:00pm.

Western Cape

Cape Town Parliament Gathering – Organised by Outa, gather outside Parliament from 12:00pm

Cape Town March – Organised by We Are South Africans / Zuma Must Fall and others, from Kaizergracht Street at 11:00am

Cape Town March for Change – Organised by The DA, meet at the Cape Town City Hall, from 11:30am

Knysna Gathering – Organised by Member’s of the public, Gathering for Change at Memorial Square Knysna 10am till 12 noon

George Picketing – Organised by The DA, gathering at multiple intersections, from 07:30am – 11:00am

Mossel Bay March – Organised by Mossel Bay Advertiser, from Town Hall at 08:15am

Muizenberg Human Chain – Organised by Member of the public,  from Parliament to Muizenberg along Main Road Cape Town at 10.00am

Sedgefield, Garden Route – Organised by Member’s of the Public, meet at the traffic light on the N2 at 09:30.

Northern Cape

March for Change – Organised by The DA, meet at the Preserverance College, form 09:30am

Free State

Welkom March for Change – Organised by The DA, meet at the Municipal offices from 10:00am

Bloemfontein March for Change – Organised by The DA, meet at Hoffman Square from 11:30am

North West

March for Change – Organised by The DA, gather at Klerksdorp Recreation Club from 10:00am


March for Change – Organised by The DA, from the R40 and Samora Machel Road from 11:00am

Kwa-Zulu Natal

Durban March for Change – Organised by the DA, from Old Circus Site on Sandile Thusi Road (Argyle Road) to The Amphitheatre on the Beach front at 09:00am.

Scottburgh March – Organised by Member’s of the Public, from the riverside (entrance to Scottburgh). March will commence at 10.30am

Howick Falls, KZN Midlands – Organised by citizens of the Midlands and DA, gathering from 9am to 10am.

Eastern Cape

Graaf Reinet March – Organised by Member’s of the public, meet at Robert Sobukwe building on the Hospital side of Church Street at 09:00am


Berlin Solidarity Protest – Organised by Member of the public, at the South African Embassy, Berlin from 16:30pm – 18:30pm

London Protest – Organised by Democratic Alliance Abroad, at the South African High Commission, London from 11:00am – 13:00pm on the Saturday (the 8th of April)

While every South African has a right to protest as per our constitution, remember to remain peaceful! The government has warned that it will not tolerate any form of violent protest this coming Friday.

“Whilst the public has a democratic right to embark on protest action‚ government does not support acts of civil disobedience,” – Government Communication and Information System

Add any other official protest action in the comments below.

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