Economic Freedom Fighters leader, Julius Malema, warned South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, that his deputy, David Mabuza, may be soon on the throne, as it seems unlikely he will finish his term, reigniting his prior to inauguration stance.
The EFF President believes that Mabuza, of the top 6 officials, is the cleanest, as no evidence against him, in recent allegation, has yielded any results.
“It is unlikely that Cyril will finish his term,” he said, speaking at the EFF’s headquarters in Braamfontein, at a media briefing on Tuesday.
Malema has accused Ramaphosa of going against the Constitution and declining to act against Enterprise minister, Pravin Ghordan, who has been found guilty of misconduct by the Public Protector, Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s office.
Furthermore, the red beret leader has stated that the R500 000 Bosasa campaign donation and a R400m money laundering probe by the PP, may be impound pressure that might interrupt Ramaphosa’s stay in office.
“Every turn we take we call DD [Mabuza] corrupt but there is nothing tangible that I have ever touched against the man, not even intelligence stuff. I have never in my entire life in politics but there is something tangible against Cyril, there is R500,000 and R400m in the account of CR17.
“Can you say that about DD, no one can. With DD, it is all toilet rumours because if you repeat those in a proper platform, DD would take you to the cleaners and you cannot succeed,” said Malema.
“I am giving you examples about possibilities if the current president goes down because the likelihood is that he may not finish his term, things are looking extremely bad. He has to pray to a living God for him to pass this which he is confronted with.
“The reality is that if the man goes down you may have to prepare yourselves for a president called DD Mabuza because there is nothing against him while I have something against all others.
“Everything that you were using against DD is falling apart, the man is fast approaching because the president is in big trouble,” he said.


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