The enemy of my enemy is my best friend - DA's John Steenhuisen

Parliament will be holding a motion of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma on Thursday.

This comes after President Jacob Zuma refused to resign following the ANC NEC decision to recall him from office.

The ANC says it will amend the motion submitted by the Economic Freedom Fighters to be debated.

Also read: Step-by-step guide: What happens following passing of motion of no confidence

Democratic Alliance chief whip John Steenhuisen talks to Stephen Grootes about what will unfold.

It is impossible to determine who voted how in the secret ballot system.

John Steenhuisen, DA chief whip

He says some members of the ANC might remain loyal to Zuma and vote the other way when they have to vote for a new president.

Listen to Steenhuisen share his expectation for tomorrow


This article first appeared on 702 : The enemy of my enemy is my best friend - DA's John Steenhuisen


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