Zuma must do the right thing: Gigaba

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President Jacob Zuma gestures as he addresses the parliament in Cape Town, South Africa, November 2, 2017.

President Jacob Zuma gestures as he addresses the parliament in Cape Town, South Africa, November 2, 2017.

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President Jacob Zuma gestures as he addresses the parliament in Cape Town, South Africa, November 2, 2017.

President Jacob Zuma gestures as he addresses the parliament in Cape Town, South Africa, November 2, 2017.

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&39;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.