What the Acting Public Protector Is Going Through in Their Ramaphosa Investigation The investigation into allegations that President Cyril Ramaphosa broke the Executive Code of Ethics, led by Acting Public Protector Advocate Kholeka Gcaleka, has garnered significant interest, she says. Since reports of a "secret bargain" surfaced, the Acting Public Protector has been the victim of harsh media attacks.
Taking into account a deals by the African Transformation Movement, the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID) will investigate the police's part in the supposed mask and under the table evaluation of the thievery at President Cyril Ramaphosa's Phala property (ATM). Past mysterious usable chief Arthur Fraser, a nearby accessory of past president Jacob Zuma, began a criminal evaluation concerning the issue last month, charging that the burglary of millions of dollars from the Limpopo ranch was covered up.
The Acting Public Protector Advocate Kholeka Gcaleka says there's growing public interest in the work of her office as it investigates allegations that President Cyril Ramaphosa breached the Executive Code of Ethics. The Acting Public Protector has come under intense media attacks after news about a “secret deal” went viral.
An ATM, which stands for automated teller machine, is a specialized computer that makes it convenient to manage a bank account holder's funds. It allows a person to check account balances, withdraw or deposit money, print a statement of account activities or transactions, and even purchase stamps.
Advocate Kholeka Gcaleka has been asked by the ATM political party to explain the meaning of her secret deal with president Cyril Ramaphosa. The political party noted that the deputy Public Protector must protect the interest of the people of South Africa and not the interest of one single person, president Cyril Ramaphosa.
Advocate Kholeka Gcaleka has been asked by the ATM philosophical gathering to get a handle on the significance of her secret oversee president Cyril Ramaphosa. The philosophical gathering saw that the specialist Public Protector ought to shield the interest of people of South Africa and not the interest of one single individual, president Cyril Ramaphosa.
A motorized teller machine, or ATM, is a revamped PC that improves on it for monetary offset holders to think about their money. One can use it to print a declaration of record development or trades, check account changes, pull out or store money, and even buy stamps.
The African Transformation Movement (ATM) has argued that the clause of the constitution used to impeach the president should be straightforward and easy to implement. The party has pointed out that the president's paid labor violates the country's constitution. They also pointed out that the president had confirmed it publicly.
The president of the ATM, Vuyo Zungula has opened up on a legal and valid point to charge President Cyril Ramaphosa, saying that he went against the law. Fielding questions from a journalist in a life broadcast, Vuyo Zungula said many things were wrong, and that president Cyril Ramaphosa violated certain aspects of the constitution.
After someone spotted something else, a snapshot taken from an outside ATM appeared on social media and had people in stitches in the comments section. People have a habit of throwing ATM slips on the floor or on the counter, according to a Twitter user, which makes him question why.
Godrich Gardee, former secretary-general of the EFF, said that he gave the Mpumalanga police proof after seeing a video of "thugs stepping out of the car at the ATM" to take his daughter's money. He claimed that although police had been given the car's registration number, no arrests had been made.
Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, the speaker of the National Assembly, is still debating whether or not President Cyril Ramaphosa will be the subject of an investigation. This comes in response to a request for an ad hoc committee or enquiry to investigate the president made by the Democratic Alliance (DA) and the African Transformation Movement (ATM).
There's currently an application in the Western Cape High Court, into the conflict of interest of Ramaphosa suspending a Public Protector, amid PP investigation by ANC MP Mervin Dicks, for Ramaphosa's voice recording admitting to failure to report corruption in accordance to Section 34(1) of the Prevention & Combatting of Corruption Activities Act (PRECA).
ATM writes to Acting Public Protector Adv Gcaleka to follow up on its EMEA complaint against President Ramaphosa PhalaphalaFarm Arthur Fraser, They want a follow-up from a person who did not receive or see their initial correspondence. ATM is a black, dark scary forest party. How do you know that she didn't see it, PP Busisiwe Mkhwebane is not working alone in that, Kholeka Gcaleka is her deputy, why do you exclude her from the process?
The ATM maintains that the suspension of Adv Mkhwebane was premature and unlawful. The trigger for s194(3)(a) which President @CyrilRamaphosa wrongfully relied on requires removal proceedings. At this point, Parliament is engaged in an Inquiry to establish fitness, NOT removal.
Vuyo Zungula, the leader of the African Transformation Movement (ATM), has presented an official resolution in Parliament demanding that President Cyril Ramaphosa be investigated for his alleged role in the concealing of theft at his Phala Phala property in Waterberg, Limpopo. He said a parliamentary committee was required to investigate the $4 million heist since there was "massive prima facie evidence against" the president, as well as the fact that practically all heads of law enforcement agencies were his appointees.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has taken the country to another level and one that many have not thought that he would, given what is currently happening with the scandal of farm theft he is encountering. We know that this matter has been reported to the public protector. ATM is the party that reported Ramaphosa to the public protector.
The EFF truly perfected their plans to disrupt president Cyril Ramaphosa's Budget Presentation as the speaker of the parliament, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula postpone the budget vote for another time. Speaker Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula has suspended the Presidency Budget vote proceedings after EFF MPs were thrown out of Parliament. Sinawo Thambo says they will continue to hold President Cyril Ramaphosa accountable for Phala Phala Gate.
The opposition has submitted a request for the establishment of an inquiry and investigation inside the legislative body. It has been confirmed by Parliament that there will not be an investigation into the alleged theft of four million dollars by President Cyril Ramaphosa. After taking into consideration the "substantive arguments made" regarding the robbery, Speaker of the National Assembly Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula turned down demands from the opposition on Monday.
PP Mkhwebane to investigate a complaint lodged by ATM leader Vuyo Zungula against President Ramaphosa for allegedly breaching the Executive Code of Ethics. The complaint relates to Ramaphosa’s alleged conduct in respect of allegations of criminal activities at PhalaPhala farm. To the speaker of parliament. Remember in the absence of the executive (president and cabinet) the speaker assume the responsibility of the president up to 31 days until the parliament elect a president of the country...