The EFF is turning the heat on President Cyril Ramaphosa: come clean on the alleged ties with corruption accused firm, Bosasa, or face the party’s wrath.
EFF leader Julius Malema said on Wednesday during a media briefing that Ramaphosa had until the end of next week to provide a public explanation for the R500 000 that Bosasa contributed to his ANC election campaign last year. He wanted Ramaphosa to conduct an open media briefing and take questions from the media.
He also demanded that Ramaphosa produce proof that he had paid back the Bosasa money as he had promised. Otherwise the EFF would use the opening of Parliament later in February to take him to task, Malema said.
The EFF gained notoriety for interrupting former president Jacob Zuma’s speech during the opening of Parliament, demanding that he account for the various allegations against him.“If Ramaphosa behaves like Zuma then he will be treated like Zuma,” Malema said.
He said the EFF would act against all Constitutional delinquents.