EFF MP removed from Parliament over ‘money laundering’ excavation in Ramaphosa | Citizen


The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) have re-debated President Cyril Ramaphosa’s story of a $4 million robbery.

Ramaphosa has come under fire over an incident at his fala fala farm in Waterberg, Limpopo after the crime was not reported to South African police (juices,

During a parliamentary debate on raising petrol prices in the National Assembly on Wednesday, an EFF MP claimed Ramaphosa Former deputy spokesman Lechesa Tsenoli ordered him to withdraw the remarks.

“We should abolish the fuel tax immediately, but we know that a corrupt ANC is neither willing nor able to come up with a solution.

“We know that Mr Cyril Ramaphosa, President of the ANC, is involved in money laundering of the proceeds of crime and has nothing to do with the government,” said EFF MP Fivaba Madokwe.

After refusing to retract his remarks, Madokwe was ordered to leave the house.

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In a previous parliamentary debate on Youth Day, EFF MP Naledi Chirwa also labeled Ramaphosa as a money launderer.

“The youth of today should stand up at every opportunity to show these gangsters wherever they show their face that they really have messed with the wrong generation. We must protect our lives from African national criminals led by money launderers. The future must be protected,” said Chirva.

Chirwa was one of the EFF MPs ousted from Parliament on Friday after a second day of disruption.

At the time, Ramaphosa was responding to a debate over his budget vote speech, but chaos erupted when EFF lawmakers said he would not be approached by a criminal.


The EFF has launched criminal proceedings against National Assembly Speaker Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nakakula over the incident.

According to the Red Berets, a woman was physically and sexually assaulted.

“EFF MPs who were subjected to Mapisa-Nakakula’s torture in the service of Ramaphosa have launched a case against Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nakakula and the so-called Parliamentary Security Services for assault and sexual assault. Cape Town Central Police Station The matter has been opened on the matter,” the party said.

The EFF also said it would launch private lawsuits against Mapisa-Nqakula and the Parliamentary Security Services (PPS) if it didn’t do anything about the cases it opened.

Parliament has now opened an internal inquiry into the matter.

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“The Chair was also informed that at least two PPS staffers, Ms Khunjulwa Sinono and Mr Khaya Honey Vanka, were ill-treated, assaulted and intimidated by EFF MPs during the removal process.

“MS. Cinino in particular was slapped in the face after she was allegedly assaulted by a male EFF MP. She received immediate medical attention and both have opened criminal cases with Cape Town Police,” said Parliament spokesman Moloto Mothapo.

“The spokesman is deeply disturbed by these allegations and wishes to state that no stone is left unturned in order to clarify all the actual circumstances surrounding them.

Gender-based violence, whether perpetrated against women MPs or women officials, must be condemned in the strongest possible terms,” Mothapo said.



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