Is Wednesday D-Day for Zuma?

President Jacob Zuma’s fate will be decided on Wednesday with the party’s national working committee (NWC) calling a special national executive committee (NEC) meeting.

The NWC met on Monday night after a meeting between Zuma and the party’s top six officials on Sunday night.

The ANC said in a statement that “following extensive deliberation the national working committee resolved to convene a meeting of the NEC, which is the highest decision making body of the ANC between conferences, on Wednesday.

“Amongst the issues to be tabled to the special NEC meeting will be preparations for the State of the Nation Address (SONA) and a report back from the National Working Committee on matters mandated to it, including management of the transition between the 5th and 6th administration of government and pending actions in Parliament,” the statement read. – News24

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