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Zuma won't go now
20 Apr 2017 at 10:25hrs | Views
The SACP's first Deputy General Secretary, Jeremy Cronin, says it's unlikely a Constitutional Court application to enforce a secret ballot will be successful.
Several political parties want a secret ballot during the no confidence motion in President Jacob Zuma.
Cronin participated in a debate on the state of the ANC and whether it can renew itself.
He's warned the governing party is at risk of implosion.
Alliance partner Cosatu says mistakes of the past should not be repeated, while the EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi says the governing party is beyond redemption.
Cronin, who's also a deputy minister, says he doesn't need a secret ballot, but would not be drawn to say how he planned to vote.
Source - eNCA