At least three ministers have reportedly called for South African President Jacob Zuma to resign following fresh claims of corruption – with one of them proposing a vote of no confidence.
Tourism minister Derek Hanekom, health minister Aaron Motsoaledi and public works minister Thulas Nxesi have all called for Mr Zuma to go, the News24 news agency said, citing ANC party sources.
Mr Hanekom has also proposed a no confidence vote, reported Afrikaans-language daily newspaper, Beeld.
A weekend meeting of the ruling ANC’s National Executive Committee (NEC) in Pretoria has been extended into Monday amid debate about the 74-year-old president’s future. Read more