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Leaders of South Africa’s governing ANC party are due to meet to decide the future of President Jacob Zuma.
The National Executive Committee (NEC) is likely to ask him to step down.
ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa acknowledged on Sunday that the issue was causing “disunity.
Mr Zuma faces a number of corruption charges after nine years in power.
He acknowledged the ANC was suffering “a period of difficulty, disunity and discord” and said he wanted to replace it with “a new beginning”.
He pledged to tackle the corruption that has marred Mr Zuma’s time in office.
Mr Ramaphosa urged South Africans to restore the values that Mr Mandela stood for and said those who had stolen state assets would be brought to justice.

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