ConCourt sets date for secret ballot case against Zuma
The Constitutional Court has set the date to hear arguments on whether a secret ballot on a motion of no confidence debate against President Jacob Zuma should be allowed.
The highest court in the land will hear the matter on May 15.
The United Democratic Movement (UDM) approached the ConCourt last month after National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete said it was not within her powers to grant permission for a secret ballot.
UDM argues that neither the Constitution nor the rules of the National Assembly provide for a vote of no confidence to be conducted by secret ballot.
Political analyst and Talk At Nine host, Karima Brown, says Parliament may discuss the date for the debate in the National Assembly when it meets on Thursday.
The Speaker and Presidency are opposing UDM's call.
Listen to Karima Brown below for more details...