Published On: Tue, Feb 13th, 2018

South Africa likely to witness ‘Zexit’ soon


As the South African President Jacob Zuma, who has been ruling the country since the year 2009, has rejected the resignation demand of the African National Congress, over which the supremo recently lost his authority as the final voice since the induction of Cyril Ramaphosa as the president of the party, the ANC’s sources have confirmed to the regional media outlets that their party is set to initiate serious measures, including the recall move and non-confidence motion move, against the country’s leader, who is at present in the pit of several serious corruption allegations.

The exit of Jacob Zuma, which is mentioned as ‘Zexit’ by the regional media houses, is the big political development in the African region.

It seems that at this juncture of the history the Africa’s stable regions are in the state of a political revolution spree.

In the recent past, Zimbabwe, one of the stable regions of Africa other than South Africa, witnessed a serious political struggle, the struggle which replaced the senior leader of the country with his deputy.

It is clear that it is what South Africa is going to witness in the near future. The developments indicate that the country is at the edge of a leadership change.

The suspense factor is not whether the ANC will use harsh measures to remove the president or not, is how the party will remove the president.


Vignesh. S. G

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South Africa likely to witness ‘Zexit’ soon