A south African man and a professor in the university of Stellenbosch, Prof Thuli Madonsela defends the president of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa over the Phala Phala farm theft allegations against him. She said that the phala phala theft allegation is not a corruption allegation.
It is alleged by South Africans that although the prof had said that the president is not accused of corruption, she did not justify what the allegation against the president should be called.
A South African fact finder known as Sive revealed this facts in his Twitter [email protected] when he said that " Thuli Madonsela has shown his clever blacks followers a middle finger. Suddenly there's a new described of course a d Cyril Ramaphosa doesn't qualify to be called corrupt under it".
It is also alleged by South Africans that the professor has redefined the corruption to exempt the presidency from the allegation.
South Africans cannot be deceived by any body including a professor.
South African alleged that Ramaphosa should give account of what happened in the phala phala farm or resign.
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