The parliamentary intelligence agency JSCI has exonerated Deputy State Security Minister Zizi Kodwa of any responsibility for "covering up" the Phala Phala heist. Allegations that Kodwa knew about the heist at President Cyril Ramaphosa's ranch in February 2020 but chose to keep it hidden "rather than describing it to reasonable officials" were investigated by the committee.
https://twitter.com/SABreakingNews/status/1569652124312817664?t=C5HkOfbICyqUs5FeGV3z5w&s=19 Zizi Kodwa with Cyril Ramaphosa. The JSCI cleared Zizi Kodwa of "covering up" the Phala Phala robbery. The committee looked into claims that Kodwa knew about the robbery at President Cyril Ramaphosa's farm in February 2020 but didn't report it.
Reputable source link: Zizi cleared on Phala Phala allegations | Dailysun (snl24.com) Zizi cleared on Phala charges PARLIAMENT's joint standing panel on knowledge (JSCI) has cleared agent state security to serve Zizi Kodwa of association in "concealing" the burglary at President Cyril Ramaphosa's own ranch.
Zizi Kodwa, the deputy state security minister, on the right, and President Cyril Ramaphosa, on the left. Zizi Kodwa, the Deputy Minister of State Security, has been exonerated of any role in "covering up" the Phala Phala Robbery by the Joint Standing Committee on Intelligence (JSCI) of the Parliament.
Zizi Kodwa, right, and President Cyril Ramaphosa. Kodwa is the deputy state security minister. Archival photograph. Zizi Kodwa, the deputy minister of state security, has been exonerated of "covering up" the Phala Phala theft by the parliamentary joint standing committee on intelligence (JSCI).
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Source: https://twitter.com/eNCA/status/1544900669630455812?t=G25C5p1CNM_KaCxXNLdTVQ&s=19 ANC NEC member, Zizi Kodwa has poured cold water on the prospects of president Cyril Ramaphosa stepping aside due to his Phala Phala scandal. Kodwa says president Cyril Ramaphosa could not appear before the party's Integrity Commission because members were not available.
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Zizi Kodwa, a member of the ANC NEC, has expressed skepticism about President Cyril Ramaphosa resigning over the Phala Phala issue. According to Kodwa, President Cyril Ramaphosa did not have the opportunity to face the party's Integrity Commission because its members were unavailable. The president, he says, is willing to cooperate with any probe, despite widespread belief to the opposite.
According to a press report, Deputy State Security Minister Zizi Kodwa allegedly knew about the theft of $4 million (roughly R63 million) in cash two years ago at President Cyril Ramaphosa's Phala Phala game farm in Limpopo. It is reported that the deputy state security minister allegedly has papers that list the government officials that knew about the theft at the farm.
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Kodwa for cry out loud, who was the man offending and did he take it forcefully or people were generously giving their body-parts (toes) him? Who is he working with and for? Proper and intense investigations must be conducted or else there will be cases where people dissappear with no traces.
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Cyril is not facing any criminal charges, hence he refuses to step aside. Zizi Kodwa Zizi Kodwa, a member of the ANC NEC, has expressed skepticism about President Cyril Ramaphosa resigning over the Phala Phala issue. Kodwa claims that President Cyril Ramaphosa did not have the opportunity to testify before the party's Integrity Commission due to a lack of availability on the part of its members.
According to a City Press article, Deputy State Security Minister Zizi Kodwa allegedly knew of the loss of $4 million (about R63 million) in cash two years ago at President Cyril Ramaphosa's Phala Phala game estate in Limpopo. According to the newspaper, Kodwa is one of a number of government representatives who reportedly were aware of the occurrence in Phala Phala but decided to keep it a secret.
Cyril Is Open To Any Investigation & There's No Need To Step Aside Since He's Not Criminally Charged
Source: https://twitter.com/eNCA/status/1544900669630455812?t=G25C5p1CNM_KaCxXNLdTVQ&s=19 ANC NEC part, Zizi Kodwa has smothered the possibilities of president Cyril Ramaphosa moving to one side because of his Phala embarrassment. Kodwa says president Cyril Ramaphosa couldn't show up before the party's Integrity Commission since individuals were not accessible.
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