Malema: Corruption under Ramaphosa’s ‘new dawn’ has worsened
Malema said the lack of precise leadership had given way for COVID-19 funds to be looted in the country.
He gave an official address during a virtual setting of the EFF’s seventh birthday celebrations on Sunday.
“The poverty of leadership in South Africa has been revealed. We can see that all we are left with are a bunch of criminals who think a global pandemic is an opportunity to eat. Corruption under the new dawn of Ramaphosa has become worse.”
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Malema claims president Ramaphosa has failed to take accountability for the rapid increase of COVID-19 infections in the country.
“A hypocrite, Ramaphosa, conducts weekly meetings to reprimand South Africa. He should take responsibility for his failures.”
He said the data capturing of COVID-19 cases in South Africa is being manipulated.
“The South African Medical Research Council reported a 59% increase in the mortalities recorded as natural deaths in South Africa in this period. This has led scientists to believe that there’s an inaccurate recording of COVID-19 related deaths in the country.”
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