While President Jacob Zuma is expected to respond to the African National Congress (ANC)'s National Executive Committee (NEC) decision to recall him, Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says he expects Zuma to do the right thing and resign.
Speaking to CNN, Gigaba said the party will have to resort to parliamentary processes if he refuses to resign.
Reacting to his comments, 702 host Eusebius McKaiser says Gigaba is part of the problem.
The utter lack of shame from Malusi 'GiGupta'. He has been a very important figure in setting up all sorts of positions in state owned enterprises, particularly as minister of public enterprises, that has enabled the looting to happen. Malusi you are part of the problem!— Eusebius McKaiser., 702 talk show host
What you are hearing on CNN last night is not someone who has incredible integrity, what you are hearing is the hubris of someone who understands the winds of change in the ANC have blown and now it is all about your own careerism and of course it is useful to try and put distance between yourself and your BFF Jacob Zuma.— Eusebius McKaiser., 702 talk show host
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