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BLF calls for Ramaphosa’s resignation following Paradise Paper Expose

Sello Theletsane

Paradise papers can be referred to as an extra large accumulator of secret economic data that has been made public by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). It ought to be recognized that this economical data, which contains all the details about the Tax abuse by giant corporate people and Super-rich individuals, also involves many big firms of South Africa which are mostly owned by White Monopoly Capital and those in agreement with.


In addition, the list also includes firms like Shanduka and Lonmin of which Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is a  major shareholder at. Black First Land First (BLF), being the true flag carriers of the natives of South Africa has now called for the Deputy President to step down after bringing the country shame with his corrupt acts.


BLF  has previously reported on it website that the Paradise papers evidently confirms that while Ramaphosa served as a non executive board member of MTN, billions of rands were illegally moved from South Africa (SA) into tax heavens abroad.


Ramaphosa has also been allegedly involved in tax abusing and money laundering from other African countries which truly expose his Dirty Intentions. BLF also stated that Ramaphosa lied to the nation by saying that he stands against tax evasion and the illegal sweep of funds from African countries.


“It’s now been proved that he is lying and is least concerned with the legal processes of protecting national assets. Ramaphosa is part of the corrupt team that is guided and aided by white monopoly capital and his standing as Deputy President of the country serves to facilitate further corruption”, said the BLF.


BLF said that it requested Parliament to ask Ramaphosa to answer on his criminal activities which has now been proved and also confirms his involvement with WMC to steal billions from the country by forming a gang.


“As per BLF, Ramaphosa is not a fit and proper person to be the Deputy President of the country. Moreover, the country is now been gripped by a string of serious corruption acts by the while monopoly regime and its supporters. Therefore Ramaphosa must resign from the Deputy President post in order to get his name cleared”.

It’s also been stated that while the other arms of WMC like Standard bank were also been named in the Panama papers list, Ramaphosa must step down in order to support the public investigation and accounting in the meantime. Any form of Corruption cannot be tolerated anymore.

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