WATCH: We're going to remove Zuma and arrest him, says Malema

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The EFF held a media briefing on President Zuma's proposed Nkandla repayment.

The EFF held a media briefing on President Zuma's proposed Nkandla repayment.

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The EFF held a media briefing on President Zuma's proposed Nkandla repayment.

The EFF held a media briefing on President Zuma's proposed Nkandla repayment.

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JOHANNESBURG - The leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters, Julius Malema says the EFF is going to remove Zuma from office and arrest him.

Speaking to journalists in Braamfontein, Malema also urged South Africans to listen when the EFF speaks.

He was responding to the judgment by the Constitutional Court that Zuma violated the constitution and an order for him to pay back some of the money used to upgrade his Nkandla homestead. 

Malema said that the EFF was laughed at when it brought the matter to the court, by among others, the DA - who later joined the EFF&39;s case in the Nkandla matter. 

Naming and shaming

Malema called out a number of ANC ministers, saying they were ruled by white monopoly capital. 

Among those he criticised was his old friend, Fikile Mbalula, who he says is insulting South Africans by saying he is not accountable to the EFF, adding it is South African taxpayers who pay his salary. 

He has also accused Malusi Gigaba of being in the Gupta payroll and critised him for his "lavish" lifestyle. 

Zuptas and money laundering

Meanwhile, Malema has also accused President Jacob Zuma of moving cash to Dubai.

He told journalists that the &39;Zuptas&39; had taken about R6-billion to Dubai when "Zuma went to Dubai on some unexplained trip,"

"Zuma left with bags of money to Dubai" because he doesn’t get searched at customs, said Malema.

"They are dumping money in Dubai.

CATCH IT LIVE: Public Protector responds to Nkandla judgment

Malema says neither Zuma nor Parliament could be trusted with running the country as both have betrayed the people of South Africa. 

Eleven judges made a unanimous decision that both President Zuma and the National Assembly acted unlawfully by not implementing the remedial actions recommended by Public Protector Thuli Madonsela.

The DA and the EFF, as well as  the Public Protector approached the Constitutional Court to allow the courts to order Zuma to pay for all non-security upgrades made to his Nkandla homestead.

Malema says President Jacob Zuma should be recalled. 

For the response of the Presidency to the statement of Julius Malema, click here.

For the response of Atul Gupta to the statement of Julius Malema, click here.