S.Africa's Zuma faces new no-confidence vote

South African President Jacob Zuma (R) on November 3 faced increasing calls to resign after a damaging probe unearthed further evidence of alleged corruption at the top of the ANC governmentSouth Africa’s scandal-hit President Jacob Zuma faces a no-confidence vote in parliament on Thursday, but looks certain to survive despite mounting anger within his party. Zuma has fought off a series of damaging controversies during his presidency, and last week came under further pressure after a corruption probe raised fresh allegations of misconduct. The Democratic Alliance, the main opposition party, has tabled the no-confidence motion accusing Zuma of wreaking “havoc on our infant democracy”.

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