President Ramaphosa confirms robbery at his farm

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The Presidency on Thursday said it has been made aware through a media statement that Arthur Fraser has laid a complaint with the South African Police Service against President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Vincent Magwenya, Spokesperson to President said Ramaphosa is clear that there is no basis for the claims of criminal conduct that have been made against him in Fraser’s statement. “The Presidency can confirm that a robbery took place at the President’s farm in Limpopo on or around 9 February 2020 in which proceeds from the sale of the game were stolen”.

On Wednesday, 01 June 2022, Fraser laid criminal charges against President Ramaphosa at Rosebank Police Station. Fraser said the charges emanate from the theft of millions of US Dollars (more than four million Us dollars) concealed within the premises of the president’s Phala Phala farm in Waterberg in Limpopo, “by criminals who were colluding with his domestic worker”

“The details of the charges and the supporting evidence, including photographs, bank accounts video footage and names are contained in my statement”.Fraser reiterated.

Meanwhile, the presidency said that Ramaphosa stands ready to cooperate with any law enforcement investigation of these matters.

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