Malema Loses It, Makes Revelations On VBS Scandal And Other Corrupt Activities
View pictures in App save up to 80% data. The Economic Freedom Fighters leader, Julius Malema has made some shocking revelations after being publicly interrogated by journalists on the VBS scandal.
Malema says he has never spoken to anyone at the VBS nor had any dealings with them.
"I have never benefited anything from VBS, if i have, present it," he tells journalists.
He also reveals that he is not being investigated by the Hawks or anything, neither is he being investigated by the SARS, but says all the allegations citing that he is being investigated seeks to destroy EFF.
"The intention was to collapse the EFF. When they say Malema collapsed Limpopo, the intention was to discredit Malema. That is how Pravin operates. The aim is not to get conviction or go to trial. The aim is to smear you," he said.
The EFF leader also said The Communist Party got money from VBS, ANC Limpopo and ANC national also got money from VBS but nobody is talking about them which points out that they want to discredit EFF.
"But today they don't have the dark cloud because the intention is to discredit us," said Malema.
Julius Malema told journalists that EFF has done their own investigations and have found out that they are being linked to the scandal because of Sgameka whose name is Brian Shivambu.
He adds that the aim was to link the name Shivambu to delegitimize the EFF in it's fight against corruption.
"If Brian Shivambu was not mentioned, there would have been something else because there is an agenda to discredit us. There would have been something else in the same way there was condoms.
The Treasure General was asked to go and look into the EFF bank statements to check if there were donations from VBS. Her report was clear that there were no donations from VBS," said Malema.
Malema adds that there is a lot of corruption happening in Johannesburg yet investigative journalists are unable to expose that open corruption.
"Senior managers in the City are being subjected to suspension enquiry or leave. It is because the current government want to access resources in Johannesburg without following due process," he said.
The Economic Freedom Fighters leader states that his party gets audited and approved each year as they submit their books to parliament and the IEC.
The argument of Malema is that a friend of his who is a shareholder wrote a letter to FSB and PIC about the corruption at VBS, but he was dismissed by FSB and PIC.
"Two institutions including the Reserve Bank were informed and yet they did nothing about that in 2016," he reveals.
Julius Malema is confident that he won't be arrested because he did not indulge in any criminal activities.
"If these people had real evidence, they would have come for me. You know how they feel about me, they tell you in corners.
There is no party that is going down. Why are we not being arrested? Why are we not being charged? It is because those charges are not there," he said.