It is alleged that, the Phala Phala worker Froliana Joseph, a central figure in the theft which saw as much as $4m stolen from the farm in 2020, said she knows nothing of the burglary, nor the Namibians who allegedly made off with the cash.
The Presidency revealed that a heist took place at the President's farm in Limpopo on or around February 2020 after Arthur Fraser spilt the beans about the Phalaphala farm robbery. The President's administration claims that money from the selling of game were stolen during the theft. Ramaphosa's domestic helper was one of the suspects in the investigation, according to Fraser's affidavit, which was kept under wraps by the President and his team.
Johannesburg, South Africa, R1.24 billion worth of foreign currency was "hidden" between mattresses and couches on President Cyril Ramaphosa's farm in Bela-Bela, Limpopo, according to rumors. The cash was "stuck" out of sight. Five Namibians who worked with his housekeeper are suspected of stealing the money in February 2020.
One of the Namibians named by Arthur Fraser admits to smuggling gold but says there's no truth in Phala Phala story.
https://twitter.com/TimesLIVE/status/1535879526785421312?t=M71luHK6RDF8NNWCFNvPiQ&s=19 It is true that I am a hustler, but I did not take money from the president. One of the Namibians listed by Arthur Fraser admits to gold smuggling, but denies the veracity of the Phala Phala tale. An alleged thief from the Phala Phala game farm of President Cyril Ramaphosa has confessed to smuggling gold, firearms, and cash between Namibia, Angola, and South Africa.
There has never been a time when the president of the country is in such a spotlight as Ramaphosa is now. This will be the story of the decade where criminals break into the farm of the president and make it out with millions of US dollars and never get arrested, but instead be paid to keep quite about the robbery.
It is now seems like it is not only South Africans whom are crying out loud with the domination of the foreigners in their country but also some African countries. Namibians in Namibia have now taken power into their own hands, doing exactly what the Operation Dudula in South Africa is doing.
In the wake of five Namibians making off with $4 million from President Ramaphosa's Phala Phala game, Ramaphosa has been thrust into the spotlight. As a result, he could lose the presidency. According to reports, he reportedly contacted the president of Namibia, Hage Geingob, to help track down the fleeing criminals.
The South African Justice ministry has thrown Inspector General Sebastian under the bus, by vehemently denying that no request ever came from Namibia asking if a case of robbery on Cyril Ramaphosa’s farm had been registered. in an explosive statement last week, disclosed that they ended up releasing the assets of the alleged masterminds of Ramaphosa’s farm robbery after South Africans went silent when asked if a case had been registered in SA.
The money was allegedly stolen by five Namibians who colluded with his domestic helper in February 2020, according to the investigation. According to reports, Ramaphosa failed to report the incident to any police station. Instead, he allegedly paid the suspects, including his domestic workers, R150 000 apiece once they were tracked down and caught, to keep quiet about the incident.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa is currently in some hot water after Arthur Fraser reported him for allegedly covering up the theft of his Millions in cash that he was allegedly hiding under beds and sofas at his farm in Limpopo, it is reported that the alleged theft took place back in 2020 but it is reported that President Cyril Ramaphosa allegedly bribed law enforcement authorities to keep quiet about the theft as he allegedly did not want the public to know about the whereabouts of the Millions.
A city in South Africa, Johannesburg The president of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa, is alleged to have hidden $80 million (R1.24 billion) in mattresses and couches on his farm in Bela-Bela, Limpopo, according to reports. The cash was kept out of sight and "hidden."
It has been established that the money was allegedly stolen by five Namibians who conspired with his domestic worker in February 2020. It is alleged that there was a confusion from Ramaphosa's state security Agency and Correctional Services director-general Arthur Fraser opened a criminal case against Ramaphosa at Rosebank police station.
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According to Sunday times, two of the men who allegedy stole the four million from Cyril Ramaphosa's Phala Phala farm. It's alleged that one of the Namibians who were named by Arthur Fraser, has admitted to smuggling gold. However, he allegedly said that there is no truth in the Phala Phala story.
This incident served as a reminder to the entire country of how successful some police personnel can be in combating crime. In a tweet by Yusuf Abramjee, the drug dealers were shown making their way beyond the borders of our nation. On Saturday, thirteen Namibians and one Congolese man were arrested, according to reports.
Police in Botswana have secured the successful arrest of thirteen Namibian nationals and one Congolese male at the Trans Kalahari Border Post, the suspects were travelling in a truck coming from South Africa with drugs hidden inside. According to the Make South Africa safe news report, police in Botswana recieved intelligence information about a truck coming from South Africa which is suspected to be carrying drugs, police members intercepted the suspected truck and seven vehicles following it at the Trans Kalahari Border Post.
Drugs worth millions of dollars were reportedly seized at the Botswana-South Africa border, according to a news source. According to reports, a group of thirteen Namibians and a single Congolese person transported the drugs into the country. Thirteen Namibians and one Congolese man were detained at the Trans Kalahari Border Post on Saturday after a truck from South Africa via Botswana was intercepted, according to the person who shared this on social media.
In their own country, members of the Namibian Economic Freedom Fighters (NEFF) are evicting foreigners. It now appears that foreign dominance is causing outrage not only among South Africans, but also in other African countries. South African Operation Dudula has inspired Namibians to take power into their own hands and do the same.
Drugs said to be worth millions of dollars were confiscated at the borders between Botswana and South Africa, report says. The drugs were said to have been brought by a group consisting of thirteen Namibians and one Congolese national. According to the person who posted this on social media, "Thirteen Namibian nationals and one Congolese male were arrested on Saturday at the Trans Kalahari Border Post and drugs; cannabis, crack cocaine & mandrax worth N$11.9 million were confiscated after a truck from South Africa via Botswana was intercepted".
13 Namibians arrested with cocaine & drugs worth $11.9million after a truck from SA was intercepted.
A patriotic SA citizen and a journalist Yusuf Abramjee said in his Twitter account @Abramjee that"thirteen Namibian nationals and one Congolese male was arrested on Saturday at the Transkalahari Border post and drugs; cannabis, crack cocaine & mandrax worth $11.9million were confiscated after a truck from South Africa via Botswana was intercepted".