Habib calls for ANC to oust Zuma

2015-12-10 22:19
Professor Adam Habib (Picture: Supplied)

Professor Adam Habib (Picture: Supplied)

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Durban – Wits University Vice Chancellor Adam Habib has called for the ANC to remove President Jacob Zuma from office.  

In a spate of Twitter posts on Thursday, Habib lamented Zuma’s poor leadership saying he should be recalled.

Zuma on Wednesday shocked the nation when he recalled Nhlanhla Nene as minister of finance. The move saw the rand plummet with economists and political analysts saying domestic and foreign investment had been compromised.

Critics have called Nene’s replacement, David van Rooyen, a political puppet with little experience.

In further tweets Habib pleaded with ANC members saying only they could remove Zuma.

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