In this Thursday, March. 17, 2016 file photo, South African president Jacob Zuma, answers questions from opposition party during parliament in Cape Town, South Africa. (AP Photo/Schalk van Zuydam. File)
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A motion to dismiss Zuma, 74, over a string of corruption allegations since he came to office in 2009 was introduced at a meeting of the National Executive Committee, or NEC, of the African National Congress in Pretoria Saturday.The majority of the ANC's 80 executive committee members voted to keep Zuma in office, the party's secretary general Gwede Mantashe told journalists in Johannesburg on Tuesday afternoon.Many ANC members have blamed Zuma's corruption scandals for the party's poor performance in local elections in August in which it lost the key municipalities of Johannesburg and Pretoria to the main opposition party, the Democratic Alliance.
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