South Africa's Ramaphosa admits 'disunity' as Zuma fights exit
Monday February 12 2018
South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa during a rally in Cape Town on February 11, 2018. He said the ANC top decision-making committee will meet on February 12 over President Zuma's exit. PHOTO | RODGER BOSCH | AFP
Cyril Ramaphosa, 65, said he wanted to replace "a period of difficulty, disunity and discord" with "a new beginning" for the ANC party,
President Jacob Zuma refused a request to resign by senior party officials.
The ANC's top decision-making committee could recall the president from office, though he would be under no constitutional obligation to obey the order.