As if that's not enough, he is now attacking the Zondo commission on state capture as unnecessary, yet he commissioned it to investigate state capture during his tenure.
The ANC shouldn't be surprised about his involvement in an alleged plot to topple the sitting president, as reported recently. Whether that is true or not, Zuma and his cohorts should accept responsibility that they have undermined the line of operation if the NEC (national executive committee) was not informed about their secret meeting. It's not convincing that the alleged plotters just met by coincidence.
The ANC has to admit that Zuma is still a factor in the faction that is undermining the party. Doesn't the ANC find it awkward that its secretary-general, Ace Magashule, continues to call the former president as "the president"?
It is obvious that the aborted mission by Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma's supporters to keep the Zuma dynasty at the helm of the ANC has shattered many plans, including keeping those involved in state capture off the hook.
It's either the ANC deals with its secretary-general for undermining the leadership or live with embarrassment.
Magashule is on record saying the true leadership of the party will emerge five years post Nasrec.
The ANC can't afford to have its chief of administration use party platforms to undermine all who elected the current leadership.