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South Africa's ruling party tells Jacob Zuma to resign as president

WorldNews Tuesday, 13 February 2018
South Africa's ruling party tells Jacob Zuma to resign as presidentLeaders of South Africa's ruling party have delivered an ultimatum to President Jacob Zuma, giving him 48 hours to respond to the party's order for him to resign, according to media reports citing sources close to the national executive committee of the African National Congress. ......
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Finally succumbing to a slew of corruption scandals that have drained support from his ruling African National Congress party, Jacob Zuma has quit as President of South Africa. During a nationally televised political address Wednesday, he said, "No life should be lost in my name and also the ANC...

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