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Mbeki rejects Malema claims that he is working with Fraser to topple Ramaphosa


Previous President Thabo Mbeki has rubbished Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) pioneer Julius Malema's accounted for claims that he's working with ex-detainment facilities chief, Arthur Fraser, to bring down President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Talking during a preparation on the Phala adventure and moves toward eliminate the president from office, held in Houghton recently, Malema purportedly said that Fraser was working with Mbeki, who he said had an issue over his initial flight as president.

In a post on the previous president's true Facebook page, he's dismissed Malema's "talk with the scorn it merits".

He accepts Malema's cases start "from the old politically-sanctioned racial segregation hardware" and said that they were planned "to develop division inside the ANC and to disappoint endeavors towards the association's restoration".

Fraser recently declared that he had opened charges against the president, exuding from the his supposed covering of the burglary of millions of undeclared US dollars that he had been stowing away at his Phala ranch.

The president has been hesitant to respond to inquiries on the episode however his office demands that there "is no reason for the cases of criminal direct".

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