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South Africa: Criminal charges laid against President Cyril Ramaphosa

Former spy boss Arthur Fraser said he laid criminal charges against Ramaphosa in a media statement on the 1st of June.

Fraser alleged that more than four million U.S dollars were stolen from Ramaphosa’s Phala Phala farm in Waterberg, Limpopo, in February of 2020.

The burglary was allegedly perpetrated by criminals who colluded with the President’s domestic worker. Fraser accused Ramaphosa of concealing the crime from the South African Police Service (SAPS), defeating the ends of justice, kidnapping suspects, interrogating them on his property, and bribery.

Ramaphosa has made it his mission to deny the allegations. On Saturday, the Presidency released its second statement about the criminal complaint. In this statement, Ramaphosa said he could not divulge more details about the allegations because of the possible investigation.

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