Zuma denies saying he'll serve one term
Johannesburg - President Jacob Zuma has denied that he promised to serve only one term as ANC president shortly after he was elected at the party's elective conference four years ago, The New Age reported on Wednesday.
"I never said I would serve one term and I have never said that I would want two terms," he said.
"I said a second term is a decision of the ANC but people twist it now. I have never defied the ANC. If the ANC said serve one term, that will be fine. I am a cadre of the ANC."
Reports quoting senior party sources at the time of the conference held at Polokwane claimed Zuma had made a commitment to serve only one term.