Wednesday, 7 February 2018

Ramaphosa expected to give update on Zuma's fate today.

Cape Town - African National Congress (ANC) president Cyril Ramaphosa, who is also SA deputy president, is on Wednesday expected to give feedback on talks regarding President Jacob Zuma's fate. 

There has been mounting speculation of the imminent departure of Zuma. Analysts say his position as president became untenable as soon as Ramaphosa won ANC elections in December and took over the reins of the ruling party from Zuma. 

For his part Ramaphosa has said the removal of Zuma as SA president should not be done in a manner that humiliates him.

In an attempt to calm anxious South Africans, National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete told news channel eNCA that she ''was talking with the president of the ANC [Ramaphosa] earlier and I am confident he will report back to us today [Wednesday]. I think the president will guide us on the extent of their consultations today''. 





Full story at IOL.

By ANA Reporter.

No comments:

Post a Comment