WATCH: ANC will amend motion of no confidence

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Will the ANC tell us more about a decision taken during last week's National Executive Committee meeting to ask the top six to ask President Jacob Zuma to resign, or will it be denied when the party holds its media briefing on Monday.

Will the ANC tell us more about a decision taken during last week's National Executive Committee meeting to ask the top six to ask President Jacob Zuma to resign, or will it be denied when the party holds its media briefing on Monday.

WEB_PHOTO_ANC_NEC_BRIEFING_RECORDED.jpg

Will the ANC tell us more about a decision taken during last week's National Executive Committee meeting to ask the top six to ask President Jacob Zuma to resign, or will it be denied when the party holds its media briefing on Monday.

Will the ANC tell us more about a decision taken during last week's National Executive Committee meeting to ask the top six to ask President Jacob Zuma to resign, or will it be denied when the party holds its media briefing on Monday.

 

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CAPE TOWN - ANC treasurer-general Paul Mashatile briefed the media on the outcomes of Wednesday&39;s caucus meeting.

The caucus wants a no-confidence motion to be heard on Thursday.

The party chief whips forum has been moved to Wednesday afternoon to make way for a special ANC caucus.

READ: Cabinet postpones meeting amid Zuma recall

President Jacob Zuma&39;s recall has halted Cabinet business.

Wednesday&39;s Cabinet meeting has been postponed indefinitely.

Cabinet spokesperson Phumla Williams says a change in leadership will not affect service delivery.