Previous Minister and financial specialist, Tokyo Sexwale dropped a bomb when he uncovered that Billions of Rands, that he sourced from a giver abroad had been taken.
He said he made the revelation when he needed to get to the cash and channel it to its objectives, like the battle against Covid 19 and to get the rising obligation free from University understudies.
As indicated by Tokyo Sexwale he figured out how to source assets from Donors abroad and they needed to pay every individual R2700 on top of R350 to an aggregate of R3050 each. Cyril Ramaphosa declined.
Billions of cash he raised to battle Covid 19 and to help helpless understudies had been taken. Police were determined to recuperate the assets.
He was speaking eNCA on Truth to Power television show which is facilitated by JJ Tabane on Sunday evening when he itemized how he and South African family raised billions. In the new meeting, Sexwale said he and this individual whose name he didn't unveil, sourced billions from a solitary benefactor who is currently posing inquiries about the whereabouts of the assets.
Sexwale expressed that he made the disclosure when he needed to get to the cash and channel to it's objectives like the battle against Covid 19 and to get the rising obligation free from University understudies.
"The cycle was pointed toward bringing the assets into our hands. Infact, we needed to carry it to the economy of the country. We discovered some opposition. At the point when we checked the opposition, we understood that piece of the cash had been taken," said Sexwale.
He uncovered that President Ramaphosa and Finance Minister Tito Mboweni knew around billions in the legacy reserve.
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