Members of Parliament on Tuesday voted in the motion of no confidence tabled against President Jacob Zuma.
Melanie Verwoerd, political analyst says it has been a rather dramatic day. Verwoerd adds that there is very little chance of the motion passing on Tuesday.
The numbers just don't stack up says Verwoerd.
If this motion does not pass, he will emerge stronger than ever before.— Melanie Verwoerd, Political Analyst
I have a sense that Zuma is behind the vote of no confidence, he was definitely consulted by Baleka.— Melanie Verwoerd, Political Analyst
I have a sense that he said 'bring it on'. He took a calculated risk here.— Melanie Verwoerd, Political Analyst
Verwoerd explains that Zuma will silence the voices against him if he survives the motion of no confidence.
Listen to the full analysis here:
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