Black First Land First
BLF says it wants to "shift the narrative away" from white monopoly capital.
Zuma reportedly refused to step down as president on Sunday night, ahead of Thursday's state of the nation address.
"Our view is that there should be a change of guard."
Andile Mngxitama prayed, and the gods answered.
Black First Land First was one of four delegations due to make public representations before Parliament's ad hoc committee on party funding on Tuesday.
Mngxitama threatened with arrest if he continues to harass journalists.
More Mngxitamas will come as the stakes get higher. We would do well to make them irrelevant by having the hard discussions ourselves.
A racism scandal at St John's College led to the teacher responsible resigning and Ferial Haffajee witnessed journalists being attacked by BLF. Plus, why Donald Trump ain't happy (again).
BLF Leader Andile Mngxitama meanwhile lodged a complaint with police claiming he was punched at the AmaB town hall.
Thin lines between democracy and fascism are forming.