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South African President Ramaphosa Faces Criminal Investigation Over $4M Theft

The robbery, which took place in 2020, turned into suggested in a sworn statement with the aid of using the country’s former head of intelligence Arthur Fraser, who initiated the case in opposition to Mr Ramaphosa.
South African President Ramaphosa Faces Criminal Investigation Over M Theft

President Cyril Ramaphosa of South Africa has been accused of failing to record the robbery of about $four million in coins from his farm in northern Limpopo province.

The robbery, which took place in 2020, turned into suggested in a sworn statement with the aid of using the country’s former head of intelligence Arthur Fraser, who initiated the case in opposition to Mr Ramaphosa.

However, Mr Ramaphosa maintained that the coins turned into from shopping for and promoting animals on his farm.

“I need to reaffirm that I turned into now no longer worried in any crook conduct, and yet again I pledge my complete cooperation with any shape of investigation,” Mr Ramaphosa stated on Sunday.

“I would really like to mention that I’m a farmer. I’m withinside the farm animals enterprise and the sport enterprise. And thru that enterprise, which has been declared to Parliament and all over, I purchase and I promote animals.”

Mr Ramaphosa additionally claimed that he suggested the robbery to the top of his VIP Protection unit, who did now no longer record it to the police.

In South Africa it’s far unlawful now no longer to record against the law and in keeping with Mr Fraser’s affidavit, Mr Ramaphosa attempted to hide the incident.

The Democratic Alliance, the administration’s competition party, advised Mr Ramaphosa to show all of the occasions surrounding the heist and why it turned into now no longer suggested to the police.

“The president is dealing with a disaster of credibility and can’t cover in the back of procedural smokescreens to keep away from providing South Africans with the overall fact across the cash that turned into stolen from his farm, and the following cover-up,” Democratic Alliance chief John Steenhuisen stated in a statement.

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