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REVEALED: How freshly-wrapped dollars were allegedly transported from Saudi Arabia to Cyril's farm

Screenshot taken from film depicting the events surrounding the PhalaPhala affair.

The PhalaPhala affair involving President Cyril Ramaphosa will not be ignored. According to reports, hawks have been extremely active recently. Hawks have reportedly looked into this and found that the stolen money isn't coming from the sale of game like the President claims. One of Ramaphosa's aides and confidants was responsible for smuggling the money into South Africa, according to the report. Ramaphosa's advisor smuggled money from Saudi Arabia and Qatar into South Africa using his diplomatic passport and private jet.

Photo: Courtesy of Independent Media (IOL)

Eight-seater sofas are suspected of being used to conceal the cash. The majority of the coaches were made of fabric, but one was all leather. Some of the money were allegedly stashed in a bed set. The dollars were subsequently brought to PhalaPhala farm as new furniture. The study also shed light on the maid's discovery process. It is said that she was bust with her normal cleaning routine when she fell into the cash. The domestic helper supposedly saw new furniture and she proceeded to clean it and what she discovered startled her. The surprised domestic worker apparently found freshly wrapped dollars in plastic, which shows that it was packed elsewhere. According to Independent Media's source, the domestic worker tipped off her brother, who then allegedly persuaded some of his friends to come and steal it before Ramaphosa returned from his trip abroad.

According to Sunday Independent, the Hawks have developed a vested interest in the advisor (whom they claim they know by name). What the publication has uncovered is that the advisor posseses a diplomatic passport and he utilized it to smuggle the money from Saudi Arabia and Qatar aboard a private jet.

Meanwhile, the amount of money stolen from Ramaphosa's farm has been called into doubt again as a fresh leaked recording began making the rounds on social media. The thief, Immanuwela David, a Namibian national, is heard on the leaked video being accused by Ramaphosa's men who interrogated him of taking $20 million from the President.

As a nation, we are worried about what might happen next in light of all this new information. In reality, it was immediately clear that Ramaphosa was being dishonest. I assume Fraser has more supporting evidence than we give him credit for, which is why he met with the Hawks to provide them with new intel they can't ignore. Perhaps Ramaphosa's time has come to retire. We're dealing with a country that needs rescuing from the fangs of rampant corruption. Perhaps everything we have seen thus far in the Phalaphala controversy is only the beginning. More may exist. What do you think


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