Decision on Tuesday over whether to oust longstanding president seen as test of unity for African National Congress party

A parliamentary vote on a motion of no confidence in South Africa’s president, Jacob Zuma, will be held by secret ballot.

The vote, scheduled for Tuesday, has become a test of African National Congress (ANC) unity as senior party figures have become increasingly critical of their leader.

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