A parliamentary subcommittee will meet this week to draft procedures to change parts of parliamentary rules to remove a president. The proposal will then be tabled in the parliament for discussion.
This follows after the Constitutional Court has given Parliament six months to put in place mechanisms to resign a president.
Cyril Ramaphosa seems to want to take over the reign of the country as soon as possible and to address the nation in February.
Experts say, however, that the move can cause opposition and maybe division in the party, especially from Natal.
Meanwhile, Ace Magashule has warned Ramaphosa supporters not to act recklessly. The feeling is that Zuma must be persuaded to walk for himself to prevent any confrontation within the ANC.
ANC members from the Western Transvaal have indicated that they will boycott Ramaphosa’s speech today. It is clear that the power struggle in the ANC are far from over.
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