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Farmgate:Deputy State Security Minister Zizi Kodwa allegedly knew about the theft

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. Zizi Kodwa apparently chose to keep the papers as state secrets.

However, just like everyone who has been said to have known about the theft prior to it being public news, he too denied the allegations and said it was a "pure fabrication."

Kodwa went as far as to disclose that his last visit to Namibia was when he was still working for the former president of South Africa, Jacob Zuma. 

According to Namibian reports shared with South African investigators, Kodwa and Colonel E. Edwards were among those who knew about the theft.


Source:Source:https://twitter.com/SundayIndy/status/1541069369333190661?s=19 


https://twitter.com/IqbalSurve/status/1541001536427462656?s=19 


https://twitter.com/City_Press/status/1540920294872850433?t=G4tvjOE1POguAgNhf_9ioA&s=19 


https://twitter.com/News24/status/1540931619766341632?s=19

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