Zuma must do the right thing: Gigaba

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File: President Jacob Zuma is expected to address the nation on Wednesday. Photo: Reuters / Sumaya Hisham

JOHANNESBURG - Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says President Jacob Zuma must resign on Wednesday or face a no-confidence motion in Parliament.

Gibaga told CNN on Tuesday night that Zuma must do the right thing.

The ANC's highest decision-making body has recalled the President.

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Gigaba said the party will be forced to remove Zuma through a parliamentary process if he continues to defy the party.

The ANC caucus is meeting in Parliament to discuss the decision.

Zuma is expected to address the nation on Wednesday.
 

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