South Africa's Zuma pleads for unity as ANC picks new leader

The African National Congress has seen its popularity decline, particularly among younger voters, and deep divisions have emerged as the party looks for a new leader.


    South Africa's president has called for unity in the governing African National Congress, as it prepares to select a new leader.

    Jacob Zuma, who's facing corruption allegations, is stepping down as head of the party before a successor is elected on Sunday.

    The contest has been marked by deep divisions.

    Al Jazeera's Tania Page reports from Johannesburg.


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