There is no official confirmation on whether Zuma has agreed to go or whether he will be recalled.
"Ramaphosa sounds extremely happy," ANC Deputy Secretary-General Jessie Duarte said on Tuesday evening.
The debate ended in the defeat of Zuma's supporters and the NWC deciding to hold an emergency NEC meeting on Wednesday in Cape Town to decide Zuma's fate.
The ANC's parliamentary caucus is reportedly ready to move against Zuma if he does not resign.
The ANC has called a special meeting of its highest decision making body after Zuma reportedly refused to step down on Monday.
“Until [Ramaphosa] tells us differently, the only information we have is what we have been given,” she said.
Magashule says the party does not need to discuss Zuma's exit.
Sources say it will be discussed, but some experts are not so certain.
ANC President Cyril Ramaphosa must go beyond simply ensuring that he replaces Zuma immediately.
Various sources say the issue is up for discussion at the NEC meeting this week.