South African Ruling Party Leaders to Meet amid Zuma Limbo

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On Friday, Madiba-Zuma posted a photo of herself and the president on Instagram, saying, in isiZulu, "It's going get rough, don't fight with someone who is not fighting you".

"Kusazoshipha ukotshi darling. UMsholozi did not join the ANC in 1991, jumped ship nor hip hopped between the struggle and wealth accumulation. He will finish what he started because he does not take orders beyond the Atlantic Ocean #mattersofthestomach (sic)".

Yesterday, News24 reported that five of the top six in the ANC had pulled out of all mass mobilisation events that were planned for Cape Town because officials had been summoned to Gauteng for urgent matters. "The discussions were constructive and lay the basis for a speedy resolution of the matter in the interests of the country and its people", said Ramaphosa.

However, a presidential official told News24 that there was no meeting planned between Zuma and Ramaphosa.

An ANC official in the Western Cape province said the schedule changes related to the party's push to force Zuma to stand down.

This week in an unprecedented move, the State of the Nation Address was postponed to allow the ANC to finalise Zuma's fate.

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"Government issues and ANC issues are not family issues, therefore the family does not have anything to say regarding this".

This is according to a report in the Sunday Times, which stated that Zuma is being offered the deal to avoid state capture charges.

Zuma remains head of state, while Ramaphosa is the new leader of the ruling African National Congress party, elected to the post in December.

Addressing an ANC rally in the eastern province of Mpumalanga, Gwede Mantashe said ANC officials should be fearless and must be able to make hard decisions, but leaders had a duty to "analyze and mitigate risks".

The ANC called off a similar meeting scheduled for last Wednesday to discuss Mr Zuma's future after the president and party leader Cyril Ramaphosa agreed to hold talks for a transition of power. Zuma allegedly told them he wasn't "convinced" of their reasons for him to step down.

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