Free State Premiere Ace Magashule speaks to the public outside of the Heart Hospital in Pretoria. Former South African president, Nelson Mandela, has been at the hospital for 20 days.
BLOEMFONTEIN - Free State Premier Ace Magashule had stern words for tripartite leaders after Cosatu’s May Day rally in Bloemfontein was called off on Monday afternoon.
Zuma left without addressing the gathering after the federation cancelled all speeches after heckling between pro- and anti-President Zuma factions.
Speaking to eNCA's Thulasizwe Simelane, Magashule said the events that led up to the gathering's cancellation was indicative of divisions in Cosatu's national leadership. He also called on the federation's leaders to not "act like its members."
Here's Magashule's full interview: