News 24's Junior Khumalo wrote in an article that EFF president Julius Malema while talking at a media instructions, has communicated solid worries over last week's declaration by President Cyril Ramaphosa that Minister in the Presidency, Mondli Gungubele, would accept political accountability for the State Security Agency (SSA) position.
At the media instructions held by the EFF at its base camp in Johannesburg on Tuesday, Malema didn't mince his words when he said that the move by Cyril Ramaphosa was roused more by Ramaphosa needing to approach the nearly R4 billion unaudited SSA yearly activity reserve.
Malema asserts that the main motivation behind why Ramaphosa has moved the political obligation of SSA to be housed under the workplace of the administration and his nearby partner Gungubele is the for the accessible R4 billion or more functional slush reserve. He then, at that point, further said that South Africa doesn't have a clue about how much cash that is in there and how it gets utilized. News24, IOL, BusinessTech.
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