ATM leader urges President Ramaphosa to step down – SABC News

African Transformation Movement (ATM) leader Vuyo Zungula, attending the ninth anniversary of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), urged parties to unite for the resignation of President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Zungula said the ATM thinks the president shouldn’t assume a post after the Phala Phala scandal.

Earlier this year, former National Security Director Arthur Fraser sued Ramaphosa for allegedly stealing millions of dollars from his gaming farm in Limpopo in 2020.

Addressing EFF supporters in Mangaung, Zungula said the most important thing to do immediately is to unite in a country without a president.

“South Africa has no president. Because there are scammers, Union Buildings must develop an action program to eliminate these scammers. South Africa deserves to be president, not to be a CIA servant, a con artist. We know that this person was caught holding tons of US dollars under the mattress, and the FBI didn’t investigate it,” adds Zungu.

Ramophosa appeared before the ANC’s Integrity Committee on the matter earlier this week.

eradication of corruption

The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) say they will not hesitate to fight corruption in all areas of government.

The party reiterated that economic freedom is the way to eradicate poverty.

EFF President Julius Malema speaks to members attending the party’s 9th anniversary celebration.

EFF proponents say high unemployment and poor service delivery have paralyzed the country.

Business owners also shared their feelings and concerns through the celebration.

“We are from Odendaalsrus in the Free State and the poor infrastructure in our area is our challenge. We also have many mines in the area, but youth unemployment remains high. We hope our leaders will help support the ruling party. So I decided to sell food to survive. Whenever there is a meeting, I also go to Durban to sell food. Now there is a shelter inside where we had to allow the sale. I think we also need a space where we can sell our stuff,” says the owner of the business.

ATM leader urges President Ramaphosa to step down – SABC News

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