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"The media is urged to await official notification".

A strong press contingent was also waiting outside Zuma's official residence, Mahlamba Ndlopfu, close to the Union Buildings.

This briefing comes barely 24 hours after the ruling African National Congress (ANC) party ordered him to step down as head of state. He is expected to respond later in the day to a formal request from the ANC.

One said the party would have to "consider its legal options" should Zuma defy a party directive, while another said Zuma could not deny one.

The country will hold its general elections next year, and the ANC is seen as anxious not to allow Zuma to lead it to the polls and shed further support.

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It was obvious on Tuesday that Zuma was reluctant to go.

It was called to decide on a transition of power to the party's new leader, Cyril Ramaphosa, said the people, who declined to be identified because the decision hasn't been made public.

"At the moment I can't speculate on what is he going to say", Magashule said. "The most pressing issue is that we get Ramaphosa elected as president and everything will flow from there", said Mashatile.

Minutes later, an unmarked police van left the compound as residents applauded police officers and hurled abuse at security guards for the Guptas, who have been accused by South Africa's top anti-corruption watchdog of influence-peddling and swaying the appointment of cabinet ministers.

Besides his controversial relationship with the influential Guptas family, Zuma has 783 counts of corruption outstanding against him relating to a multi-billion dollar state arms deal in the late 1990s.

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ANC chairman Gwede Mantashe told a meeting in the Eastern Cape province that the party had given Zuma an ultimatum to resign or face a motion of no-confidence, the Independent online news service reported.

Pressure has mounted for the past fortnight on the beleaguered Zuma to step down.

An opposition-sponsored motion of no confidence in Zuma had been scheduled for February 22, but the ruling party joined opposition leaders in pushing for the date to be moved to this week in a rare show of unity among rival political factions. He has emerged unscathed in a slew of no-confidence votes over the years despite the extraordinary number of corruption allegations against him, counting on the ANC's dominance in parliament to shield him.

"We expect the ZAR to test the R11.80/$ level if the president does resign, but the longer the saga drags on the more hard it will become for the ZAR to gain ground", Cilliers said earlier.

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