Johannesburg - The EFF has urged South Africans to prepare themselves for a new president after Public Protector Busi Mkhwebane announces her findings into allegations of money laundering against President Cyril Ramaphosa.
EFF leader Julius Malema made the remarks on Tuesday while briefing the media about the preparation for his party’s national elective conference in Nasrec in December.
Malema was adamant that Mkhwebane’s final report would severely affect Ramaphosa’s job as president, saying people should prepare themselves for the presidency of David Mabuza - the deputy president.
The investigations against Ramaphosa followed a complaint laid by DA leader Mmusi Maimane last year after reports the president received a donation of R500000 from Bosasa for his ANC presidential campaign in December 2017.
“The president is in trouble,” said Malema.