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Thabo Mbeki Working Together With Arthur Fraser To Dethrone Ramaphosa?

The president of the republic of south africa is in deep trouble after the former boss of South African police intelligence Arthur Fraser spilt the beans about what came to be known as Phala Phala saga.Fraser had earlier this year opened a criminal case against president Cyril Ramaphosa,Fraser claims that there was a robbery in the farm of Cyril Ramaphosa back in February 2020,where undisclosed amount of cash in United States of America's dollars were allegedly stolen by president's foreign employees,the president took the matter into his own hands and tortured the suspects and later bribing them not to tell anyone about the whole incident.Fraser is of the belief that president Ramaphosa defeated the ends of justice and evaded the tax.Apparently,the commander in chief of the Economic Freedom Fighters Julius Malema claimed that the former president Thabo Mbeki is working along with Arthur Fraser to dethrone Ramaphosa,Malema was holding the media briefing on Tuesday when he made those utterances.The former president Thabo Mbeki had since denied Julius Malema's claims and distanced himself through his foundation.The parliamentarians,especially from the opposition parties are fighting tooth and nail to have Ramaphosa accounting for all he is been accused of.Malema had also said that should the opposition parties succeed in dethroning Cyril Ramaphosa through motion of no confidence,the president will go straight to jail.It has been more than three months since Arthur Fraser made an affidavit,none of the government departments like South African Revenue Services and South African Reserve Bank,has not uttered a word or make a reasonable move to show that they want to bring Ramaphosa to book.There are millions of south africans who are paying taxes honestly,it wasn't expected that someone as rich as the head of state Cyril will evade tax payment and hide money under the mattress and the furniture,moreover,he went on to take the law into his own hands.

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