"Those who are mobilising for people to resign must resign themselves" THE ANC and the country have a rough ride ahead of them for at least the next six months.Supporters of President Jacob Zuma are launching a campaign to get his detractors fired, including those in the cabinet, not withstanding assurances to the contrary by the party‘s secretary-general, Gwede Mantashe.Political and economic analysts say the lobbying and counterlobbying in the ANC, expected to kick off after calls for Zuma to be fired as party leader at the weekend meeting of the ANC national executive committee came to nothing, will not leave South Africa unscathed.The ANC Youth League, which is part of a pro-Zuma camp that also includes a group of provincial premiers known as “the premier league”, yesterday said it would be gunning for ministers and other senior party members who said at the weekend they wanted Zuma out of office.This was just hours after Mantashe proclaimed: “That is not how we work” when he w...

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