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President Cyril Ramaphosa Receives Good News From The Public Protectors Office

The president of South Africa has been under pressure from the past couple of weeks when news leaked stating that president Cyril Ramaphosa tried covering up a theft, robbery case that happened in his game reserve Two years ago. However things are not looking good for the president Cyril Ramaphosa as the people of South Africa awaits for answers. Some citizens of South Africa are already expressing their views on social media and mostly are demanding for the removal of president Cyril Ramaphosa.Criminal charges were laid against the president by former spy boss Arthur Fraser for trying to cover up the incident that took place in president Cyril Ramaphosa's game reserve in Limpopo. The EFF commander in chief Julius Malema and DA's Steenhuisen have been putting pressure on the public protectors office to demand answers from president Cyril Ramaphosa. President Cyril Ramaphosa's representatives have appealed to the public protectors office to be given more time to gather all resources together.

However, after appealing for more time, president Cyril Ramaphosa's request was granted yesterday. The public protectors office has agreed to give some time to president Cyril Ramaphosa to prepare. The Independent Police Investigative (Ipid) has agreed to launch an investigation to see if there was any cover-up by the police. The public protectors office says this investigation has to be carried out without fear and they will get to the bottom of this as a report of investigators is expected within 30-days.

The president of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa has also responded to those who want him to step aside as the president of South Africa, stating that he will only agree to step aside if he is criminally charged otherwise the president will never agree to step aside that easily.

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