Leadership within the African National Congress (ANC) continue to differ on whether or not President Jacob Zuma should be recalled. Cyril Ramaphosa has since called on party leaders to stop fighting, be united and speak with one voice.
Ramaphosa spoke after the top leadership visited the home of former President Nelson Mandela in Qunu.
The ANC is preparing to celebrate 106 years of existence on Saturday and continuous message the party is giving is unity.
— African National Congress (@MYANC) January 11, 2018
Ramaphosa says the time for fighting each other is over.
“We must end infighting amongst ANC members. We, as the leadership, must be united and we must speak with one voice.”
ANC leaders Lindiwe Zulu and Faith Muthambi who were vocally supportive of Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma becoming ANC President joined Ramaphosa in support as he addressed ANC members.