Ramaphosa was elected ANC president in December and replaced Jacob Zuma, who resigned in a live address to the nation on Wednesday night.
"The National Assembly Programme Committee will meet on Thursday, 15 February 2018, to consider the programme".
The EFF motion of no confidence was first on the order paper and first up for debate on Wednesday.
"Zuma himself had said in several occasions that he would respect the ANC decision if they chose to recall him as he was a disciplined cadre of the ANC", Ntenteni said.More news: Police complaint lodged against internet sensation Priya Prakash Varrier's song
Newly-elected president Cyril Ramaphosa will outline his plan to fight corruption in his State of the Nation Address (SONA) on Friday and wants his presidency to be categorised by political parties working together, despite competing allegiances.
In this extract from the Economic Freedom Fighters news briefing today‚ the EFF explains why it will not participate in this afternoon's vote for a new president and its reasons for wanting parliament to be dissolved.
"I will try to work very hard not to disappoint the people of South Africa". We can not continue to be in a state of limbo, we need to bring certainty that, yes we are now on course, and government and parliament are working.
He further accused the new ANC leadership of being "too scared" to tell Zuma why he was sacked.More news: Florida mass shooting: What we know about suspected gunman Nikolas Cruz
In a tweet, the party said on Wednesday morning it postponed its urgent court application following engagements with the ANC's caucus in Parliament.
Mahambehlala warned that "removing a deployed cadre through a motion of no confidence is counter revolutionary".
Mashatile told journalists that he had informed ANC MPs that South Africans wanted to see change and wanted to see the new leadership taking over the management, not only of the ANC but of the affairs of the state to be able to deal with all the challenges that have been facing the nation.
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