Zuma’s fate is decided, he will be recalled January 8-Reports

President Jacob Zuma’s fate is decided, according to reports and will be recalled January 8, 2018, following the ANC’s leadership resolve to ease him of his seat.
As a result of this development, the President, who has survived several ‘vote of no confidence’ attempts, is said to be serving his last week.
The process is even made easier after the conference endorsed greater powers for the ANC’s integrity committee and the immediate appointment of a commission of inquiry into state capture, a recall of all those implicated — Zuma foremost — is likely.
The conference also resolved that the new national executive committee (NEC) look into the issue of two centres of power and act accordingly — another serious threat to Zuma’s bid to see out the rest of his term.
The composition of the new NEC, an estimated 70% of which is made up of Ramaphosa supporters, along with his anti-corruption campaign ticket, are likely to give Ramaphosa the confidence to act against Zuma.
Ramaphosa had focused his campaign on a promise to deal with corruption and the new NEC, cognisant of how badly Zuma cost the party in the 2014 national and 2016 local elections, will give the new ANC president the muscle to act against Zuma and Cabinet members implicated in the #Guptaleaks and other scandals.

Among those implicated in taking instruction from the controversial family are the co-operative governance minister, Des van Rooyen, the mines minister, Mosebenzi Zwane, and the public enterprises minister, Lynne Brown.