The ANC’s top officials were expected to meet Jacob Zuma in Pretoria on Sunday night to discuss his future as president. The outcome could determine whether Zuma stays and delivers the state of nation address in Parliament this week. This follows an ANC national working committee decision last Monday, mandating the officials to meet Zuma and call on him to resign. Chairman Gwede Mantashe confirmed on Sunday that the party leaders were meeting Zuma on Sunday night. Speaking to the congregation at the St John’s Apostolic Faith Mission in Katlehong, Mantashe said the officials wanted to ensure there was stability in the country and the ANC. He said the officials were to meet Zuma to discuss what was in the best interests of the country and the party. In January, the ANC national executive committee also mandated national officials to urge the president to step down. Should he not, he could face impeachment or even a no-confidence motion from his own party. Should Zuma agree to resign b...

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