APRIL 5 2016 The beleaguered South African President - Jacob Zuma - has survived another move to remove him from office after yet another rowdy session. The national parliament - which has a majority of members of the ruling ANC - on Tuesday rejected by its majority vote a motion by the opposition for Zuma to be impeached. The opposition pioneered the motion following the ruling by the Constitutional Court last Thursday that Zuma had violated the constitution by failing to implement the Public Protector's recommendations on the Nkandla scandal. Zuma has apologised for failing to uphold the constitution and has agreed to pay back millions on non-security upgrades at his Nkandla homestead. Subry Govender reports....... .