CAPE town – The South African president Jacob Zuma thinks it is not fair that his party, the ANC (African National Congress), ask him quickly without saying why. Zuma proposes, in an interview with broadcaster SABC that he nothing wrong and that no one has told him why he needs to leave.
He finds the manner in which he by the ANC leadership is treated very unfair. He has said previously pledged in June to step in as president. Why there is now so much hurry, to understand the in 2009, lined up Zuma.
The fraction of the ANC in the South African parliament has announced Thursday a motion of censure against Zuma, which is disputed by a whole series of corruption scandals. He would be succeeded by partijgenoot Cyril Ramaphosa, who since december vice president, is.