JOHANNESBURG – The top of the South African ruling party ANC (African National Congress) come Monday come together to talk about the corruption scandals controversial president Jacob Zuma (75). The party announced Sunday that a special meeting of the executive. That the president can instruct to resign.
The slotted meeting is Monday and is expected to be about Zuma’s departure. He is in december as party leader pushed aside and succeeded by Cyril Ramaphosa (65). That is to say last week, “constructive conversations” with Zuma’s fed “about the transition (to another state) and the position of the president of the republic.” Ramaphosa would Zuma follow-up.
How far the ANC is ’the dismissal’ of Zuma is Sunday and not much clearer when Ramaphosa, the word performed. That was at a meeting in the framework of the celebrations this year of the hundredth birthday of ANC hero Nelson Mandela (1918-2013).
Ramaphosa said that he understands that the people behind it want to have. He said the party executive Monday about the transfer of power talk. But he also said that the transfer of power from Zuma to his successor “a very careful and efficient in his work. He did not say when Zuma leaves. His term as president runs mid-2019.
The many corruption scandals around Zuma and the ever-worse-growing economy would be the survival of the ANC as the dominant party threaten.