Source: Twitter Arthur Fraser, who is the man who actually raised allegations against the President of the Republic of South Africa has been applauded on Twitter for standing with advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane. A few South Africans were saying that this man actually stood side-by-side, with the advocate during very difficult times and this is something that should be noted.
A question has been raised in Parliament about Arthur Fraser, the former government agent manager, and his involvement in security problems at the Public Protector's Office. In Busisiwe Mkhwebane's prosecution request, an observer stated that Fraser had communicated with him about spills and other security matters when he was the head of state security.
During the impeachment inquiry that took place on Thursday in Parliament over former State Security Agency chief Busisiwe Mkhwebane's fitness to keep office while on suspension, a senior manager for the Public Protector was questioned about the dates of her contacts with Mkhwebane (SSA). After Baldwin Neshunzhi stated that Arthur Fraser called him because Mkhwebane did not feel supported enough, he was required by the inquiry to disclose the actual date on which he met Arthur Fraser.
https://keepinginformed.co.za/fraser-in-trouble-after-this-information-was-released CAPE TOWN - Former government agent manager Arthur Fraser's contribution in security matters at the Public Protector's Office has been raised doubt about in Parliament. On Thursday, an observer affirmed in Busisiwe Mkhwebane's prosecution request, expressing that Fraser had connected with him about spillages and other security issues, while he was the state security head.
Jacob Zuma's name has once again come under the spotlight after an alleged dodgy tender linked to his former son in law Lonwabo Sambudla was exposed. At the centre of the controversy in one of the departments, correctional services (DCS), are former prisons boss Arthur Fraser and suspended CFO Nick Ligege.
Advocate Dali Mpofu has tried and failed to block the testimony of PP Mkhwebane’s former security chief Baldwin Neshunzi - who will testify about the SSA operative that the PP allegedly received the wording of her SARB mandate from. Mpofu contended this evidence was “irrelevant”.
President Cyril Ramaphosa allegedly failed to disclose a homestead robbery in 2020, according to Police Commissioner Fannie Masemola. According to Masemola's sworn affidavit from July 12, the event was reported to Major-General Wally Rhoode, the head of insurance administrations. On February 10, 2020, President Jacob Zuma of South Africa described a security breach at his Phala estate "swearing in The alleged burglary was presented to Major-General Rhoode on March 2, 2020, in accordance with Masemola's declaration.
https://twitter.com/TheStar_news/status/1553772857544642561?t=eoxcpeNinDTh2_5p6Mam7A&s=19 Police Commissioner Fannie Masemola said President Cyril Ramaphosa didn't report a 2020 farm theft. According to Masemola's July 12 affidavit, the event was reported to the chief of protection services, Major-General Wally Rhoode. South African President Jacob Zuma reported a security violation at his Phala Phala farm on February 10, 2020 "affidavit-reader According to Masemola's testimony, President Zuma reported the alleged theft/robbery to Major-General Rhoode on March 2, 2020.
https://twitter.com/TheCitizen_News/status/1550488839776616455?t=g43SFauIRstjh9wT8BYaFQ&s=19 A spokeswoman for Ramaphosa's office stated that the threat of a subpoena was not warranted. His spokesperson, Vincent Magwenya, stated that written answers to the questions posed by the Public Protector's office about the robbery of the Phala Phala farm were provided by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Friday.
Julius Malema warned the SANs that they were putting themselves in danger if they stood by Ramaphosa
Julius Malema cautioned the SANs that they were seriously jeopardizing themselves assuming they remained by Ramaphosa. Financial Freedom Fighters (EFF) pioneer Julius Malema told journalists on Tuesday, "We will manage President Ramaphosa as we managed previous president Zuma. At a news gathering, party pioneer Julius Malema showed a video of the plundering and a slide show of the suspects and cautioned the EFF wouldn't perceive Cyril Ramaphosa as President in the event that he wouldn't stop and consider an open and straightforward examination.
Former spy boss and Director General of the department of Correctional services in the Republic of South Africa Arthur Fraser exposes that there has been a robbery at ghe president Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa's farm, in Limpopo province which was never reported. Many people started asking themselves if President of the Republic of South Africa and African National Congress Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa had broke the oath of his office and if he's someone whom can be trusted.
Former spy chief and Director General of South Africa's Correctional Services Department, Arthur Fraser, has revealed that President Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa's farm in Limpopo Province was raided which was never announced. Many people are beginning to question whether the President of the Republic of South Africa and the African National Congress, Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa, has violated his oath of office and whether he is a trustworthy person.
https://twitter.com/TheStar_news/status/1553772857544642561?t=eoxcpeNinDTh2_5p6Mam7A&s=19 Police Commissioner Fannie Masemola said President Cyril Ramaphosa didn't report a 2020 homestead robbery. As indicated by Masemola's July 12 sworn statement, the occasion was accounted for to the head of insurance administrations, Major-General Wally Rhoode. South African President Jacob Zuma detailed a security infringement at his Phala ranch on February 10, 2020 "oath peruser According to Masemola's declaration, President Zuma revealed the supposed burglary/burglary to Major-General Rhoode on March 2, 2020.
https://ewn.co.za/2022/08/02/hawk-s-lebeya-remains-tight-lipped-on-probe-into-ramaphosa-farm-burglary?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Head of the Hawks, Godfrey Lebeya, has stayed mum on examinations concerning President Cyril Ramaphosa's Phala thievery. Lebeya was tested by columnists in Pretoria on Monday on the headway made in the examination. He joined Police Minister Bheki Cele and National Police Commissioner Fannie Masemola at a preparation on wrongdoing in the country.
Over the past few weeks, the Phala Phala farmgate story has captured the attention of South Africans who have been captivated by it. Cyril Ramaphosa, the president of South Africa, has had a difficult time recently due to the fact that some of his dirty little secrets have been revealed to the world by Arthur Fraser, a former intelligence agency spy.
A senior manager for the Public Protector was questioned about the dates of her meetings with Busisiwe Mkhwebane during the impeachment inquiry that took place Thursday in Parliament over the former head of the State Security Agency's ability to continue in office while on suspension (SSA). Following Baldwin Neshunzhi's claim that Arthur Fraser called him because Mkhwebane did not feel sufficiently supported, the investigation demanded that he reveal the the day on which he met Arthur Fraser.
The letter from Busisiwe Mkhwebane to Arthur Fraser, the former director general of the SSA and the person who filed a criminal complaint against President Cyril Ramaphosa regarding the alleged cover-up of the theft of millions of dollars from the president's private game reserve, Phala Phala, was the main topic of discussion during the Section 194 parliamentary impeachment inquiry.
https://twitter.com/TheCitizen_News/status/1550488839776616455?t=g43SFauIRstjh9wT8BYaFQ&s=19 A delegate for Ramaphosa's office communicated that the risk of a call was not supported. His agent, Vincent Magwenya, communicated that created answers for the requests introduced by the Public Protector's office about the robbery of the Phala farm were given by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Friday.
The threat of a subpoena, according to a spokeswoman for Ramaphosa's office, was not justified. President Cyril Ramaphosa provided written responses to the Public Protector's office's queries regarding the theft of the Phala Phala farm on Friday, according to his spokesperson, Vincent Magwenya.
Today on the 21st of May 2022, South Africans have gathered together to pay their last respect on the South African gospel music legend, Deborah Fraser. The news that, the gospel legend had passed away after long time diseases heard on sunday, and this was received as a devastating news after the video of her performing on wheelchair hit the social media.