Parliament - Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema on Tuesday challenged President Cyril Ramaphosa to "come clean" on who donated to his campaign to become leader of the governing party in 2017.
Speaking during the debate on the President's State of the Nation Address, Malema said his party would have no alternative but to engage in impeachment proceedings against Ramaphosa if he is not transparent about the donations.
"Mr President, we will not win a fight against corruption if the president is involved in allegations of money laundering," the fiery EFF leader said.
"We want the president to come clean, to explain and take the country into his confidence as to who are the people who donated money to the CR17 campaign and what do they stand to benefit."
Malema was referring to a pending report by the Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane, who earlier this month wrote to the president, informing him that he had been implicated in her investigation into the R500 000 his campaign received from Bosasa chief executive Gavin Watson.