Jacob Zuma Said to Refuse ANC Calls to Quit
Bloomberg Global Business - February 13, 2018
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Feb.13 -- South Africa’s ruling African National Congress decided to tell President Jacob Zuma to step down after he refused the top party leadership’s request for him to resign voluntarily, according to five people familiar with the matter.
Bloomberg's Amogelang Mbatha reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe.".
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