South African President Jacob Zuma has addressed calls by his ruling African National Congress (ANC) party for his resignation as "unfair," CNBC reported.
“There’s nothing I’ve done wrong,” a relaxed but indignant Zuma said during a nearly hour-long interview with the SABC, South Africa’s state broadcaster. “I don’t think it’s fair. I think it’s unfair.”
Zuma thought that the party was being plunged into a crisis its members would regret. "I'm being victimized," he said.
Zuma is due to make a statement later on Wednesday.