Malema: Ramaphosa being funded by Oppenheimers

Malema: Ramaphosa being funded by Oppenheimers

Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema believes the Oppenheimer family funded President Cyril Ramaphosa’s campaign to become African National Congress (ANC) leader.

CIC Julius Malema outside court Pretoria
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“We have a problem comrades, white capital is fighting,” Malema told scores of supporters outside the high court in Pretoria on Tuesday.

The campaign has been in the spotlight since Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane found that he misled Parliament over a donation from controversial facilities management company Bosasa.

Ramaphosa has indicated that he would take the findings on judicial review, including Mkwebane’s comment that she found money laundry might be at play.

“We want know who they are and what do they stand to benefit. This white monopoly capital that behaves like they are holier than thou, that they are not corrupt, they are not involved in politics - yet they are financing politicians to take overpower and ultimately take over our country,” said Malema.

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Malema urged Ramaphosa to come clean and supply a list of the people and companies that had made contributions to his campaign.

“Who are their masters? White monopoly capital. That is the same capital that put money in Ramaphosa’s CR17 campaign.”

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