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'I don't believe I abused my power,' Ramaphosa tells Parliament over Phala Phala saga

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President Cyril Ramaphosa answering questions from members of Parliament on 29 September, 2022.
President Cyril Ramaphosa answering questions from members of Parliament on 29 September, 2022.
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President Cyril Ramaphosa believes the Phala Phala scandal is not a matter that has exposed him to a conflict of interest between his private and official business.

Furthermore, Ramaphosa denounced the notion that he abused his power by reporting the theft of foreign currency at his private Phala Phala game farm to his head of security and not at a police station.

On Thursday, Ramaphosa was peppered with questions on the matter during a sitting of the National Assembly.

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