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South Africa’s Zuma survives no confidence vote — Here’s what happens next

“Now in his second and final term as national president, Zuma will be replaced in the country’s 2019 general election” writes unknown author for cnbc.com. This despite undergoing many no confidence votes on the back of corruption charges and the continued demise of the economy, which slipped into technical recession in June. However, with the ANC’s leadership election in December fast-approaching, some analysts suggest that Zuma could still be out in months rather than years.
 
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