In other words, President Cyril Ramaphosa's PhalaPhala affair will not be ignored. According to reports, the hawks are actively conducting probes. Hawks have reportedly looked into this and found that the stolen funds aren't coming from the sale of game like the President claims. According to the results of the probe, one of Ramaphosa's closest aides and confidants is responsible for smuggling the money into the country. Ramaphosa's advisor brought money from Saudi Arabia and Qatar to South Africa using his diplomatic passport and private jet.
The money, it is said, was hidden in sofas with eight seats. The coaches were either cloth or leather, with one being each. Allegedly, some of the money was hidden under a bed frame. The money was subsequently used to buy new furniture for PhalaPhala farm. How the domestic worker came to discover the cash has also been revealed by the investigation. It is alleged that she was bust with her daily cleaning routine when she stumbled into the cash. The maid must have seen brand new furniture and thought she should clean it. What she found out, however, left her reeling in disbelief. The maid was astonished to find what appeared to be newly wrapped dollars in plastic, indicating that they had been moved from another location. According to Independent Media's source, the domestic worker tipped off her brother, who allegedly persuaded some of his friends to come and steal it before Ramaphosa returned from his trip abroad.
According to Sunday Independent, the advisor, whose name is known to the paper, has become a person of interest in the case by the Hawks. According to the article, the advisor had a diplomatic passport and used it to fly a private jet full of cash out of Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
Meanwhile, the amount of money stolen from Ramaphosa's farm has been called into doubt once more following the disclosure of a new recording that has been making the rounds on social media. Ramaphosa's men who interrogated the accused mastermind behind the crime, Immanuwela David, are heard on the leaked video accusing the Namibian-born robber of taking $20 million from the President.
As a society, we are worried about what is happening right now because of all the information we are seeing. In reality, it was immediately clear that Ramaphosa was being dishonest. My assumption is that Fraser has more knowledge to offer the Hawks than we realize, which is why he went to meet with them. Perhaps Ramaphosa's time as president has come to an end. We have a nation that must be rescued from the clutches of rampant corruption. Perhaps everything we have seen thus far in the Phalaphala controversy is only the beginning. There could be more to this story. So, what do you make of this?
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