Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema has revealed that his organization fully supports RET fat cat and ANC veteran Tony Yengeni, who is challenging boss equity Raymond Zondo over his alleged assistance to president Cyril Ramaphosa.
Malema, who insulted Raymond Zondo, said he should be a TV moderator since he enjoys consideration.
He added that Zondo has joined the political arena by supposedly pushing for Cyril Ramaphosa in his capacity as a principal equity.
"We fully support Mr. Yengeni; Raymond Zondo has entered the realm of politics. He believes he should moderate on television "said Malema.
Raymond Zondo portrayed the red beret pioneer as a "factionalist" who is secretly working for Cyril Ramaphosa to receive a second term at the December ANC gathering.
He stated that Tony Yengeni's decision to disclose Zondo's lead to the Judicial Services Commission was correct.
He claimed, "Zondo is a factionalist who supports Ramaphosa; he is lobbying for Ramaphosa's reappointment in December."
In the previous week, South Africans were enraged to discover that South African Airways had been sold for only R51 per share. Resistance parties, such as the EFF, prosecuted capable priests to address the situation and reverse the arrangement.
Malema stated that under Cyril Ramaphosa's administration, South Africans are being underestimated while state resources are offered to his close allies.
"No state-sanctioned emergency is being portrayed by the media to capital partners, despite what the government claims.
The South African government has ceded all of its administrative powers to white capital, even stating that it is the responsibility of the private sector to provide jobs. The government is selling SOEs, and SAA was sold for 51 rands per share. We will fight for the reversal of the agreement "he declared.
Those who are appalled by the current administration's actions claim that Ramaphosa is doing everything for which former president Jacob Zuma was criticized.
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