The leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Julius Sello Malema has called on EFF supporters to make life difficult for President Cyril Ramaphosa by preventing him from speaking in public.
Malema made the call on Monday during a press briefing at Winnie Madikizela Mandela House, the Party’s Headquarters in Johannesburg.
“Fellow South Africans, we gave Ramaphosa a chance to prove himself. He has dismally failed. We will treat him the same way we have treated [former State President] Zuma.
“He must leave the office with immediate effect because he has not respected his oath of office. Everywhere and anywhere, where we see Ramaphosa or we find [him] and have an opportunity to stop him from speaking in the name of South Africa, we will do so.
“We call upon all the fighters and the ground forces to start treating Ramaphosa as such!” Malema said.
The EFF leader added that this call to action will be carried out until the South African president leaves office, as he has proven to be a man who lives a double life.
Last week, Ramaphosa confirmed he will legally challenge the section 89 report which found that he may have violated his oath of office and has a serious case to answer.
According to the report, Ramaphosa acted improperly when he did not report a burglary at his Phala Phala game farm in which millions of unexplained US dollars were stolen.