Phala Phala: Ramaphosa gets 25 days' reprieve

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Standing in Advocate Kholeka Gcaleka. Photo: City Press
Standing in Advocate Kholeka Gcaleka. Photo: City Press

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has asked for 25 more days to reply to 31 questions about the alleged theft in 2020 of a stash of millions of dollars in cash that was supposedly concealed in furniture at his Phala Phala game farm in Limpopo.

All the parties who were due to respond to the list of questions by investigators from suspended Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane regarding their knowledge of the #Farmgate fiasco were supposed to have done so by last Wednesday, but have been granted an extension until July 17.

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