Controversial movement has taken a step to institute a case against the South African number one citizen.
The Black First Land First movement has opened a case of corruption against President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Cape Town Police Station. The BLF handed over a document which it alleges contains evidence of money laundering, tax evasion and bribery. One of charges relates to a 500-thousand rand donation Ramaphosa allegedly received from Bosasa through his son Andile.
The movement says it wants Ramaphosa to step down from his position. (See interview below with BLF Spokesperson, Lindsay Maasdorp).
The radical movement insist that it must follow up the case to a logical conclusion.