EXPLAINER: Ramaphosa’s Bosasa battle over R500k donation

2019-06-24 18:25
President Cyril Ramaphosa (GCIS)

President Cyril Ramaphosa (GCIS) (Siyabulela Duda)

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In recent weeks it has emerged that Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane may have found evidence of money laundering in her investigation of a R500 000 donation to the ANC presidential campaign of President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Mkhwebane on Monday rubbished claims that she was never formally asked to look into allegations of money laundering regarding the donation by Bosasa's (now African Global Operations) CEO Gavin Watson amounting to R500 000.

News24 specialist reporter, Mandy Wiener and investigative journalist Kyle Cowan sat down to unpack how the entire saga unfolded.

Read more on:    public protector  |  anc  |  cyril ramaphosa  |  busisi­we mkhwebane  |  politics
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