He’s been dubbed over the years as the best leader South Africa never had. After missing out two decades ago on becoming president, as Nelson Mandela had hoped he would be, Cyril Ramaphosa, 65, finally took power a day after Jacob Zuma resigned following 10 days of sustained pressure from the ruling African National Congress.
Zuma proposed that he stay in office for three to six monthsSouth Africa’s ruling party has decided to replace Jacob Zuma as president but hasn’t set a deadline for him to step down, African National Congress Secretary-General Ace Magashule said. The ANC’s National Executive Committee decided to “recall” Zuma, 75, during a 13-hour meeting that ended early Tuesday. While Zuma had agreed to resign, he wanted to remain in office for up to six months, Magashule told reporters Tuesday in Johannesburg.
South Africans awoke to find their nation in limbo after President Jacob Zuma’s refusal to obey his ruling African National Congress’s request to resign voluntarily prompted its top leadership to order his removal from office. The ANC’s National Executive Committee’s decided to “recall” Zuma, 75, during a 13-hour meeting that ended early Tuesday, according to five people familiar with the matter who asked not to be identified because the decision hasn’t been made public.
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Selecting a term
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