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Still recovering from the disastrous Qatari state visit, which saw Zuma messing around the Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani, Zuma switched on his TV to visuals of thousands of mostly black South Africans, gathering on Church Square for this week’s #Zuma Must Fall protest march to the Union Buildings.Despite his best attempts to divert the attention from the march to alleged racist posters he (and seemingly nobody else) saw at Friday’s #Peoples March, Zuma was mocked and ridiculed on social media and by speakers on Wednesday for his failed attempt to turn the moment into a debate about racism.Motsoeneng was Zuma’s staunchest ally in the media and this was a sign that momentum had shifted sufficiently for King Hlaudi to be sidelined.But Zuma’s birthday was about to get worse: British spin doctors Bell Pottinger announced in a statement that they had broken all ties with the Gupta family’s Oakbay company.Julius Malema’s EFF brought out thousands of protesters and he was the unofficial “leader” of the resistance.

The name of Robert Mc Bride, head of police watchdog Ipid, has been mentioned in this regard, but without confirmation.Sitting in his oversized white bling chair at his muted birthday party in Kliptown, Soweto, I wondered if Zuma was for a moment considering retiring to Nkandla to spend his twilight years with his family, his cows and his chickens.The day started with Mathole Motshekga, once a staunch Zuma ally and former ANC chief whip, calling on the ANC to call a special meeting of the national executive committee (NEC) to deal with the Zuma matter.A few kilometres away at the North Gauteng High Court, three judges finally “fired” Zuma’s controversial choice of Hawks boss, General Berning Ntlemeza.The court’s order, that found him unfit to be in the position, was made with immediate effect.

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