ANC stalwarts reaffirm call for Zuma to step down

ANC Stalwart, Murphy Morobe, says as ANC veterans they have been concerned with the party's reputation since the Constitutional Court's decision last year which found that President Jacob Zuma failed to uphold that courts ruling on Nkandla.

The stalwarts have in the past called for the President to step down and reiterated that call on Tuesday saying "the need for the ANC to recall the President is long overdue".

As veterans we need to do something. This is leading the ANC down the path of destruction...

Murphy Morobe, ANC Stalwart

He says they have offered the ANC some suggestions to dealing with its internal problems by suggesting a national consultative conference. Nothing has been done thus far, says Morobe.

Morobe also weighed in on the leaked notes from the National Working Committee meeting on Tuesday.

There's an element of desperation in that list. It doesn't tell you about people who are calm and collected in dealing with the crisis.

Murphy Morobe, ANC Stalwart

Where South Africans are right now they expect MPs to give them relief from the President that has defied their constitution.

Murphy Morobe, ANC Stalwart

I think there are people with conscience in that parliament...

Murphy Morobe, ANC Stalwart

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