It has emerged that there was a robbery that took place at President Cyril Ramaphosa’s farm Phala Phala in Limpopo two years ago.
This was revealed by former state security agency and correctional services boss Arthur Fraser. The president allegedly kept millions of foreign currency at his farm.
Arthur Fraser opened a case against President Cyril Ramaphosa last week on Wednesday, saying the President must be investigated for money laundering, corruption and kidnapping.
The money was allegedly stolen by Namibian robbers who conspired with Ramaphosa’s domestic worker. The President allegedly failed to report the matter.
Fraser who opened the case against Ramaphosa at Rosebank police station revealed that the stolen money was stashed in furniture in the main farm house.
Ramaphosa denied the allegations saying all the money was proceeds from animals he sold at his farm.