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South Africa’s ruling party says it has decided that President Jacob Zuma must leave office

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 13 February 2018
South Africa’s ruling party says it has decided that President Jacob Zuma must leave officePresident Jacob Zuma, who took office in 2009, has been embroiled in corruption scandals throughout most of his two terms.
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News video: President of South Africa Given Two Days to Step Down

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South Africa's ruling party, the African National Congress, has given the country's President Jacob Zuma 48 hours to resign. According to Reuters, the news was announced on state television after an eight-hour party meeting Monday. Since new ANC party leader Cyril Ramaphosa was voted in as party...

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