South Africa's largest trade union, COSATU, calls on President Zuma to resign


South Africa's largest trade union and ally to the ruling African National Congress (ANC) Cosatu said on Tuesday that President Jacob Zuma must step down after his change of finance ministers triggered a credit rating downgrade to "junk".

The trade union said it “no longer believes in his leadership abilities”.

"COSATU no longer believes in the leadership abilities of President #Zuma and will be communicating with the ANC and Alliance partners," the Cosatu tweeted on Tuesday.

"COSATU no longer believes President #Zuma is the right person to unite and lead the #ANC says Bheki Ntshalintshali"

"We want an Alliance where partners are treated as equals says Bheki Ntshalintshali, COSATU general secretary"



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