CAPE TOWN (Reuters) – A motion of no-confidence in South African President Jacob Zuma brought by opposition parties will take place today through a secret ballot, the speaker of parliament said yesterday. Baleka Mbete, who is also the national chairwoman of the ruling African National Congress, made the remarks in a news conference, saying her decision was “to ensure the outcome of this very important vote is credible”. Opposition party the Democratic Alliance urged ANC MPs yesterday to vote Mr Zuma out.
Secret ballot for MPs’ Zuma vote
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