The R12billion financial scandal that rocked the Economic Freedom Fighters EFF in October 2018, has apparently resurfaced, with the BLF demanding for justice.
In a statement, the Black First Land First (BLF) deputy president Zanele Lwana believes the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) are somehow complicit in irregular tenders being distributed in the city of Tshwane.
The deputy in a series of tweets said it never rained but poured for the red berets, who were now facing a new R12 billion scandal.
The R12 billion corruption scandal in Tshwane has to do with a tender scandal associated with consultant firm GladAfrica Engineering.
Tshwane city manager Moeketsi Mosola is under investigation for awarding the tender to consultant GladAfrica to oversee the city’s projects.
The piece suggests Mosola is a member of the EFF.
It also accuses the EFF of controlling tender levers nationally, from a distance, and using Mosola in Tshwane.
“It must be remembered that when the Tshwane mayor, Solly Msimanga, tried to suspend Mosola for corruption, the EFF pushed the ANC to put a motion of no confidence against Msimanga. This forced Msimanga to back down and stop his attempts at suspending Mosola.
“The Reds [EFF[ are in a corner. They can no longer threaten the DA with motions of no confidence.
“It looks like the Malema and Zille deal has come back to haunt the EFF,” claims the piece.