This is what will happen if the motion of no confidence vote succeeds

The vote in the motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma will be held in the National Assembly on August 8.

News24 and OpenUp developed a tool to enable South Africans to contact a Member of Parliament, in order to tell them which way to vote.

A whopping 98% of the people who sent emails to MPs, asked that the motion of no confidence in Zuma be supported.

National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete has yet to say whether the ballot will be secret or not. The Constitutional Court did not give her a date by which she had to make her decision known.

The court, in its ruling on June 22, said she had the discretion to decide whether the vote should be secret or not. It should however not be an arbitrary decision, but meet the test of rationality.

If the motion did succeed, here is what would happen:

By Jan Gerber for News24

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