Ramaphosa must explain ‘hoarding of millions’, say opposition parties

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Arthur Fraser in the parliament in 2018. Photo: Jaco Marais
Arthur Fraser in the parliament in 2018. Photo: Jaco Marais


In an ANC national elective conference year, President Cyril Ramaphosa is having to juggle both internal and external pressure as opposition parties latch on to the criminal complaint laid against him this week by former spy boss Arthur Fraser.

On Friday, the DA said Ramaphosa’s response to the criminal charges laid against him by Fraser, in relation to the theft of millions of dollars in cash from the president’s farm in Limpopo in February 2020, raised more questions than answers.

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