South African President Jacob Zuma says ruling party leaders have not given him clear reasons for why he should resign and he calls his treatment 'unfair. Zuma broke his silence in a live interview with state broadcaster SABC as the nation awaited word on whether he would obey a ruling party order to step down from office. The interview was held after police raided the residential compound of a wealthy business family described as some of President Zuma's closest allies. The Gupta brothers are accused of playing a central role in alleged corruption under Zuma and using their ties to the President to influence Cabinet appointments and land state contracts for their businesses. Agents from the Hawks, an elite police investigative unit, entered the Gupta family compound in Saxonwold, an affluent neighborhood in Johannesburg on Wednesday.