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Ramaphosa tells Parliament he will not speak about alleged robbery on his farm

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President Cyril Ramaphosa during a news conference on Friday, after his budget speech and reply in the National Assembly in Cape Town. Photo: GCIS
President Cyril Ramaphosa during a news conference on Friday, after his budget speech and reply in the National Assembly in Cape Town. Photo: GCIS

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Ramaphosa said this on Thursday during a debate of his budget vote speech as opposition parties urged him to “come clean” about the facts surrounding the alleged theft of $4 million (R60 million) at the farm in 2020.

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