Makhosi Khoza

Outspoken ANC MP Makhosi Khoza on Monday called on Jacob Zuma to step down as president of the country.


An ordinary MP at present, Khoza serves on the parliamentary standing committee on finance, and is a former chairperson of the standing committee on public accounts and finance (SCOPA) in KwaZulu-Natal. According to the People’s Assembly, she has over 20 years of collective experience at both public and private sector institutions.

She said she had been receiving death threats after she called on ANC MPs to listen to their conscience when voting in a motion of no confidence against Zuma on August 8 2017.

“In case I do not make it on August 8, 2017. Mr President you must know that you are haunting the South African nation. Please Mr President, step down.

“Mr President, 11 million South Africans voted for you, and not just one million ANC members. You may wish to contest the ANC presidency in December 2017, but South Africa no longer needs you, Mr President. 

“Please save South Africa, save jobs Mr President, save the economy and save women… I cannot even say more about how much you have violated the country’s Constitution.”

Khoza received loud applause and a standing ovation after she made her passionate plea.

Watch the video below:

Sources: Times Live
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