No-confidence motion against South African president Jacob Zuma fails
A no-confidence motion against South African President Jacob Zuma has failed in parliament.
The vote was forced amid numerous allegations of corruption, but the result clears him to carry on in the role. If it had succeeded he would have had to resign immediately.
Widespread frustration over Mr Zuma has hurt the African National Congress, the former liberation movement that has led South Africa since the end of white minority rule and the first all-race elections in 1994.