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EFF President, Julius Malema. Image: Twitter/@EFFSouthAfrica.

‘Ramaphosa confessed in private’: Malema drops Phala Phala bombshell

Julius Malema claims to have some explosive insider information about Ramaphosa’s honest opinions on the Phala Phala scandal.

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EFF President, Julius Malema. Image: Twitter/@EFFSouthAfrica.

Julius Malema claims to be privy to information regarding Cyril Ramaphosa and the Phala Phala scandal. According to the EFF leader, the President has told some of his close confidantes that he ‘has got no defence’ over the alleged cash stash found at his farmstead.

Is Ramaphosa admitting to wrongdoing in the Phala Phala case?

The Phala Phala controversy has plagued Ramaphosa for the last six weeks – and it looks like this will be the biggest scandal of his premiership to date. Charges have been filed against the ANC leader, who is under mounting pressure to come clean about his hidden stacks of money.

When burglars targeted his property in Limpopo, they hit the jackpot: $4 million in cash was concealed at the property. Ramaphosa then failed to report the incident to the police, raising suspicions that the dollars were ill-gotten. Hawks are also involved in the ongoing investigations.

Gunning for the president: Julius Malema makes huge claim

Julius Malema may see himself as a self-proclaimed oracle – and sometimes, his bold statements are eventually proven to be true. The voracity of these latest claims are yet to be verified – but Juju is adamant that President Ramaphosa has already admitted defeat in the Phala Phala case.

“President Ramaphosa has confessed to his caucus, his own faction, that he’s got no defence on the money, that the money was illegal, and that he’s got no answers, and therefore he must step down.”

“We are not going to fold our arms when we see open violation of the laws of the country. We are going to see history repeating itself if Ramaphosa does not resign. There isn’t even a police minister at the moment, so we have to make these calls ourselves.”

Julius Malema