Any meeting between Ramaphosa and Zuma has to be at Luthuli House, say sources

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Chief Albert Luthuli House in Johannesburg.
Chief Albert Luthuli House in Johannesburg.

According to those close to Ramaphosa, the president wants the proposed meeting between Zuma and the ANC’s top six to take place at the ANC’s Luthuli House head office in Johannesburg, but Zuma keeps finding excuses to avoid the meeting.

Ramaphosa and Zuma’s supporters are currently at loggerheads over the president’s stance on corruption.

“Why should an ANC president and the top six hold a meeting at a person’s house? It’s unheard of and will never happen,” a source in Luthuli House said.

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