President Cyril Ramaphosa has responded to questions around the theft at his Phala Phala Farm during a Q&A session in the National Assembly.
Ramaphosa denied allegations that he was involved in money laundering, kidnapping and torture of thieves at his farm.
He said all the money that was stolen was proceeds from the sale of cattle and wild animals such as Buffalo at the farm.
The President added that he reported the matter to the General of the Police. Ramaphosa is being accused of concealing the crime and not reporting it to the relevant authorities.
This case was reported by former Spy boss Arthur Fraser who opened a case against President Cyril at the police station.
Atleast $4 million was stolen at the President’s property in 2020.