johannesburg - The South African parliament could send Jacob Zuma home tomorrow on Tuesday afternoon. The 75-year-old president has been under fire for many months, both inside and outside, but has survived several suspicions of suspicion.
The chance of Zuma's resignation has grown, now it is decided that the MPs can vote anonymously. Opposition Party Democratic Alliance feared that members of the government party ANC would not dare to open their leaders openly this time. Now that they can voice their voice anonymously, ANC members have no excuse to support Zuma, says opposition leader Musi Maimane. The opposition must reach 201 of the 400 parliamentarians to resign the president.
It is expected that many South Africans will go up to Zuma on Tuesday. On Monday, thousands of people joined a protest march.