The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) wants President Jacob Zuma to withdraw his application to review the Public Protector's State of Capture report.
At a press conference on Thursday, EFF leader, Julius Malema distributed a document alleging corruption at Transnet. Malema told the press that the graft amounts to as much as R10-billion. Malema said Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba is at the centre of the alleged corruption.
Clement Manyathela, EWN reporter covered the briefing.
They are saying if Zuma doesn't drop his application to review the state of capture report. They say if he doesn't they will approach the courts to bring date closer.— Clement Manyathela, EWN Reporter
They warned the Democratic Alliance (DA) that should Helen Zille remain Premier of the Western Cape, they may withhold their support and votes through the various municipalities they are in partnership with.— Clement Manyathela, EWN Reporter
The EFF has made it known that they have lost confidence in South Africa's law enforcement agencies.— Clement Manyathela, EWN Reporter
Manyathela says Malema also mentioned he would be approaching foreign governments such as Canada, America and China to investigate their own companies that have been linked in controversial dealings as well as tenders with the Gupta family and some cabinet members.
Listen to the full report in the clip below:
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