JOHANNESBURG - Justice Minister Ronald Lamola expressed that there had been no particular solicitation for help from the Namibian experts comparable to one of the suspects supposedly behind the robbery of money from President Cyril Ramaphosa's Phala ranch quite a while back.
In a proclamation delivered on Tuesday, Lamola said that his service had been intently checking media reports and an assertion by the Namibian police force concerning a solicitation for common legitimate help with deference of the suspect.
The equity service said that it could affirm that, until this point, all solicitations for shared legitimate help by Namibia had followed the appropriate channels, with practically no entanglements emerging between South Africa and Namibia.
Representative Chrispin Phiri said: "We can completely express that, until now, there is no record of this particular solicitation. South Africa and its sister republic, Namibia, keep on cooperating in a cooperative way on issues of common legitimate help with understanding with the Southern African Development Community Protocol and other related settlements.
"Such a long ways there has not been any improvement that requires any difference in approach while managing matters of this nature."
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