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>> South Africa's president saved for now. Jacob Zuma surviving a vote of no-confidence. Reuters TJ Strydom in Johannesburg says the revolt was sparked by his own cabinet.>> Zuma is obviously a scandal plagued president. And he's been asked by one of his own cabinet members, the Tourism Minister, Derek Hanekom to step down.
In an investigation about influence peddling by a wealthy family.>> Monday's meeting of the ANC's National Executive Committee taking place behind closed doors. The discussion said to be fiery. They did have the power to give Zuma his marching orders. This time they chose not to. With Zuma emerging from the most serious revolt of his presidency, but not unscathed.
The votes exposed a serious rift in his cabinet. With at least three ministers thought to have backed his removal. And pressure continues to grow over Zuma's alleged ties to a wealthy South African family.