Former State Security Agency head Arthur Fraser last week laid a criminal complaint against Ramaphosa, alleging that foreign currency worth millions had been stolen from the president's Phala Phala farm in Limpopo by criminals allegedly working in collusion with his domestic worker.
Fraser accused Ramaphosa of concealing the crime and claimed to be in possession of evidence showing the incident happened in February 2020.
Ramaphosa, however, has denied involvement in criminal activity.
After refusing to hear Ramaphosa, EFF MPs and their leader Julius Malema eventually staged a walk-out.
During the incident, Ramaphosa sat silently.
When he eventually took to the podium, he said: “The greatest disservice we can do to our people in the life of our nation is to become distracted from the task at hand.