Economic Freedom Fighter’s leader Julius Malema, exchanged unpleasant words with Finance minister Tito Mboweni following High Court ruling on Tuesday 10 March that saw President Ramaphosa’s R500, 000 Bosasa donation case being set aside.
Mboweni was obviously thrilled by the court ruling which cited fundamental difficulties with the Public Protector’s findings, hence the case was set aside.
“In a democracy like ours, the Public Protector should fall on her sword. Game over,” said Mboweni.
This however, triggered a response from the EFF leader who hitted back assuring Mboweni that nothing was over without a fight.
“It will not happen without a fight, not a promise but a commitment,” he said.
Malema insists that the President sealed the documents in court because it is alleged that there are six judges in the sealed documents.
“What makes me even more worried is that we are told there are six judges in those sealed documents, that’s why it was set aside,” said Malema.