South Africa high court allows secret Zuma no-confidence vote

South Africa's highest court has ruled that a vote of no-confidence against President Jacob Zuma can be held in secret.

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    South Africa's highest court has ruled that a vote of no-confidence against President Jacob Zuma can be held in secret.

    Opposition parties believe that a secret ballot would help because it would give members of Zuma's ANC party a chance to vote against him.

    Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from Johannesburg.


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