South Africa President Jacob Zuma has resigned as the number one citizen of the nation.
Meanwhile, earlier on Wednesday, the African National Congress, which is the ruling party of South Africa, has threatened to vote for the removal of President Zuma of South Africa from office on February 15, 2018, if he refuses to resign from office by the end of today.
The Chief Whip, ANC, Mr. Nonceba Mhlauli, disclosed that the party would elect Cyril Ramaphosa as President of South Africa, who will read the State of the Nation Address, SONA, President Zuma fail to resign.
He said, “In the event that President Zuma does not resign by the end of today, Caucus resolved to vote in favor of an amended motion for his removal in terms of Section 102(2) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa in order to effect the NEC decision.
“A meeting of the National Assembly Programming Committee earlier this afternoon resolved that a motion of no confidence be scheduled for tomorrow, 15 February 2018, at 14:00 in the National Assembly.
“The NAPC also agreed that pending the availability of the Chief Justice or his nominee, that the new President of the Republic of South Africa is elected on Friday morning, 16 February 2018. The ANC will be proposing that its President, Comrade Ramaphosa be elected President.”