United States president Barack Obama took time during a dinner on Saturday to show off his moves to .
“The time for talking is over. We want action, and action man Jacob Zuma will ensure that this country moves forward,” he told African National Congress members at a "cadre's forum" in Edendale, Pietermaritzburg.
He said while the ANC had done well, matters like job creation and improved service delivery needed urgent attention. The ANC also had a plan to deal with poverty.
“If you ask me what legacy will be left by Jacob Zuma, I will tell you that it is the National Development Plan and the multi-billion [rand] infrastructure project."