According to the executives of the party, "we discussed this matter... there will be interaction between officials, President Zuma and (party) president (Cyril) Ramaphosa and there is no timeline." .
In a statement, DA MP Glynnis Breytenbach said that Zuma's actions show that very little has changed since the December ANC elective congress. The ANC's electoral dominance means he will nearly certainly be South Africa's next president. This comes after the ANC national executive committee (NEC) agreed that he must be recalled as head of state, but failed to give a deadline.
Zuma's appearance fanned speculation that he may resign within... But some analysts are sceptical that he will deliver on those pledges, given that the ANC remains hugely divided on major policy issues and on whether Zuma should step down early to allow Ramaphosa greater room to pursue reforms. It also includes the upcoming State of the Nation address in Parliament on February 8 as well as the subsequent traditional debate of his address on February 15. Zuma is certainly no stranger to wasting public money. Zuma faces multiple court cases for alleged corruption, including over 783 payments he received over an arms deal before he came to power.
The ruling party stated that although plans are underway to remove Zuma, no date have been fixed yet. Ramaphosa, who was elected ANC leader last month, left for Davos on Sunday. Zuma's closest allies still hold senior positions in the party, and he could in theory remain president until the 2019 election that marks the end of his second and final term in office.