Zizi Kodwa drawn into Phala Phala investigation

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Deputy State Security Minister Zizi Kodwa. Photo: Lerato Maduna
Deputy State Security Minister Zizi Kodwa. Photo: Lerato Maduna

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Deputy State Security Minister Zizi Kodwa has become a person of interest as more details of the alleged robbery of an estimated $4 million (R60 million) in cash from a farm owned by President Cyril Ramaphosa in Limpopo in 2020 come to light.

Kodwa’s name is among the latest to feature in the list of government officials who allegedly knew about the incident at Phala Phala, but opted to keep it a state secret, another being a Colonel E Edwards, a police attaché in the SA High Commission in Windhoek, Namibia.

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