Mr Malema was one of the first to disclose that Cyril Ramaphosa had won the race to succeed Mr Zuma as ANC leader in December.
South African President Jacob Zuma is under growing pressure to step down following talks with senior members of his ANC party. Zuma agreed to meet the top six before the end of the weekend... not at Luthuli House...
News24 reported earlier this week that members of the NWC demanded the top six "confront" Zuma, while others insisted that he should step down before the State of the Nation Address due on Thursday. They also fear his continued stay could cost the party in the upcoming 2019 general elections.
Zuma has survived several no-confidence votes during his rule thanks to loyal voting by ANC lawmakers, who form a strong parliamentary majority.
The president has been beset by a series of corruption allegations but denies any wrongdoing.
"The majority of parliament is going to say that Jacob Zuma will not be the president of South Africa because the biggest sentiment, even in the ANC, is saying that Jacob Zuma can not continue as president", EFF Deputy President Floyd Shivambu told eNCA television.
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Although Mr Zuma retains the support of a faction within the ANC, he no longer holds a top post.
Another opposition party, the Democratic Alliance (DA), had lobbied speaker Mbete to postpone the state of the nation address until Zuma had been removed from office.
The upcoming motion of no confidence against President Jacob Zuma should be conducted through a secret ballot, EFF leader Julius Malema said on Saturday.
According to the local IOL news website, party chairman Gwede Mantashe told worshippers at a church east of Johannesburg that they were meeting Zuma to consider options regarding his future as president of the country.
In the letter‚ Malema rejects Mbete's decision to hold the motion of no confidence against Zuma on February 22.
ANC party spokespersons were not available for to comment.