South Africa’s ruling African National Congress has suspended former President Jacob Zuma, weeks after he backed another party ahead of this year’s general election.

The decision, which was widely expected, will be seen as a further sign of disunity in the movement ahead of the general election, in which the long-dominant ANC is expected to lose ground.

Jacob Zuma was the fourth president of democratic South Africa, serving from 2009 to 2018, but was forced from office under a cloud of corruption allegations, and he has become estranged from the party he once led.


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