South African president’s future considered by ruling party


              South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, center, arrives for an African National Congress (ANC) national executive committee in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday Dec. 5, 2022. Ramaphosa might lose his job, and his reputation as a corruption fighter, as he faces possible impeachment over claims that he tried to cover up the theft of millions of dollars stashed inside a couch on his farm. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
            
              Carl Niehaus, a lone protester opposed to South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, pickets outside the meeting of the African National Congress (ANC) national executive committee in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday Dec. 5, 2022. Ramaphosa might lose his job, and his reputation as a corruption fighter, as he faces possible impeachment over claims that he tried to cover up the theft of millions of dollars stashed inside a couch on his farm. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
            
              Supporters of South African President Cyril Ramaphosa picket outside a meeting of the African National Congress (ANC) national executive committee in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday Dec. 5, 2022. Ramaphosa might lose his job, and his reputation as a corruption fighter, as he faces possible impeachment over claims that he tried to cover up the theft of millions of dollars stashed inside a couch on his farm. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
            
              South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, center, leaves an African National Congress (ANC) national executive committee meeting in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday Dec. 5, 2022. Ramaphosa might lose his job, and his reputation as a corruption fighter, as he faces possible impeachment over claims that he tried to cover up the theft of millions of dollars stashed inside a couch on his farm. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
            
              South African President Cyril Ramaphosa leaves an African National Congress (ANC) national executive committee meeting in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday Dec. 5, 2022. Ramaphosa might lose his job, and his reputation as a corruption fighter, as he faces possible impeachment over claims that he tried to cover up the theft of millions of dollars stashed inside a couch on his farm. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
            
              South African President Cyril Ramaphosa leaves an African National Congress (ANC) national executive committee meeting in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday Dec. 5, 2022. Ramaphosa might lose his job, and his reputation as a corruption fighter, as he faces possible impeachment over claims that he tried to cover up the theft of millions of dollars stashed inside a couch on his farm. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
            
              South African President Cyril Ramaphosa leaves an African National Congress (ANC) national executive committee meeting in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday Dec. 5, 2022. Ramaphosa might lose his job, and his reputation as a corruption fighter, as he faces possible impeachment over claims that he tried to cover up the theft of millions of dollars stashed inside a couch on his farm. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
            
              South African President Cyril Ramaphosa leaves an African National Congress (ANC) national executive committee in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday Dec. 5, 2022. Ramaphosa might lose his job, and his reputation as a corruption fighter, as he faces possible impeachment over claims that he tried to cover up the theft of millions of dollars stashed inside a couch on his farm. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
            
              South African President Cyril Ramaphosa leaves an African National Congress (ANC) national executive committee in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday Dec. 5, 2022. Ramaphosa might lose his job, and his reputation as a corruption fighter, as he faces possible impeachment over claims that he tried to cover up the theft of millions of dollars stashed inside a couch on his farm. (AP Photo/Jerome Delay)
South African president’s future considered by ruling party