The leader of the EFF has been talking to the opposition political parties, Malema. He points out why people did not support Fraser by removing Ramaphosa's Phala Phala issue, but Malema pointed out that Fraser stood by Mbeki.
This comes after Malema He was speaking in Houghton, not far from Mbeki’s home, during a multiparty briefing on steps to remove Ramaphosa from office after the Phala Phala allegations by Fraser.
According to the EFF Leader MALEMA said Mbeki is intent to come back to lead the ANC.
we all know that Former president Thabo Mbeki was also removed from his position and now Mbeki has accused Ramaphosa of giving false promises to the people.
So Malema was clearing that people must know that is Fraser is with [former] president Mbeki in the unseating of president Ramaphosa, because Mbeki says he is still disgruntled for not finishing his term [as president].
So Fraser is not on the RET but is working with Former president Thabo Mbeki.
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