Julius Malema, leader of the EFF, has said that President Cyril Ramaphosa must leave politics and go back to business, Times Live reports. Ramaphosa is a wealthy businessman, and has been in business long before he became president. He has business interests in mining among other fields.
Malema said that Ramaphosa was “playing with power”, and said that South Africa had a leadership crisis as it lacked decisive leaders. Malema said that South Africa needed real leaders, and said that Ramaphosa should go back to making McDonald’s burgers. Ramaphosa used to own a share of McDonald’s in South Africa.
Malema’s comments were made outside Brooklyn Police Station today when he went to open charges against Public Enterprises Minister Pravin Gordhan.
Malema laid charges of perjury, corruption, fraud and money laundering against Gordhan and his daughter, and demanded an investigation into an account in the Royal Bank of Canada which he says belongs to Gordhan.
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