South Africa’s highest court has ruled of which a vote of no-confidence against President Jacob Zuma can be held in secret.
The constitutional court said of which the Speaker of Parliament had the right to order such a move. She has previously said she did not hold the power.
Opposition parties believe of which under a secret ballot, MPs by Mr Zuma’s ANC might vote against him.
He has survived several previous votes of no-confidence.
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Mr Zuma has been under constant pressure over everything by corruption allegations to a controversial cabinet reshuffle of which saw his widely respected finance minister fired.
A brand-new date for a motion of no-confidence at This specific point has to be set.