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Allegedly a Domestic worker at Phala-Phala will lay charges. See how many hours she was locked up

The current South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa has been the centre of attention, after the Phala Phala farm scandal made it to the internet. A lot of people did not know that Ramaphosa owned a farm in Limpopo, all thanks to Arthur Fraser for exposing a lot of unhidden matter about the Phala Phala farm. The story of the farm gate is still of interest, as investigations are still continuing and people are waiting to see if Ramaphosa will be charged. See the source image

The country cannot be led by someone who violated some of the laws of this country. If Ramaphosa will be charged by the NPA, he will have to set aside and allow someone else to take over. It is interesting since the national elective conference is coming in December, and people like Arthur Fraser might have a motive to ensure that Ramaphosa does not get a second term in office. 

It has been alleged that a domestic worker who was working at Phala Phala farm at the time of the robbery, was tortured. It has been alleged that she was locked up and tortured for about 48 hours, in order to reveal the truth about the robbery. This is a crime, since the rights of this woman have been violated.See the source image

It is now being alleged that she plans on opening a case against those who were torturing her at the farm. The Phala Phala scandal is far from over, since it involves the head of state. Ramaphosa needs to be held accountable for his actions. The country needs answers from him, and he needs to tell every detail about the robbery at his farm. Under a post shared on twitter, many South Africans are suggesting that it will be the end of Ramaphosa if this lady opens a case against those who tortured her. 

https://mobile.twitter.com/DknMohammed/status/1540205038529822720

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