Jacob Zuma has resigned as President of South Africa.
The resignation came after the African National Congress (ANC), the country’s ruling party, decided to remove the president from his role on Monday.
On Wednesday, Zuma called the ANC’s efforts to oust him “very unfair.”
He said: “Nobody has ever provided the reasons. Nobody is saying what I have done.”
Zuma, who became president in 2009, has faced allegations of corruption, money laundering, and fraud.
He served as the head of ANC from 2007 to December 2017. The party is currently being led by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, who is expected to succeed Zuma as President.
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