Zuma's refusal to quit puts South Africa's economy on an even weaker footing – Times LIVE

Zuma's refusal to quit puts South Africa's economy on an even weaker footing – Times LIVE
Times LIVEZuma's refusal to quit puts South Africa's economy on an even weaker footingTimes LIVEIn South Africa, executive authority to chop and change the cabinet is vested in the president. As such, the president may act unilaterally without consulting his party, although the convention has been that the president first discusses cabinet …Ministers' call for Zuma to resign signals internal rebellion in South Africa's cabinetNews24Analysis: South Africa, a country of infinite differencesDaily MaverickA new centre of power through mass mobilisation is needed in South AfricaMail & GuardianThe Economistall 93 news articles »
Zuma's refusal to quit puts South Africa's economy on an even weaker footing – Times LIVE