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Bram Hanekom|| What Corruption Is President Ramaphosa Accused Of?

When people in South Africa heard former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela remark that what President Cyril Ramaphosa is currently facing is not corruption, many of them could not believe what they were hearing. It is common knowledge that the funds in question belong to the President of the United States and not the State of the State.

Is Ramaphosa facing corruption in the Phala Phala saga?

Many people don't appear to take into account the fact that the president of the country was a victim of theft, which begs the question: how is it possible for someone to get involved in corruption when it is their money that is at stake? After the crime was committed, even the president himself did not make the effort to report it to the authorities. Instead, he chose to take the law into his own hands by going ahead and looking for those individuals, after which it is believed that they were subjected to torture. This is one reason why many people do not consider this possibility. As a result of the fact that even one of the ladies who worked as his domestic helper was a victim of the robbery, many people assume that there was more to the crime than initially appears to be the case. Even the fact that the president had a surplus of millions of dollars in US currency on his farm has been one of the most pressing concerns for a great number of people.

People should probably wait till the investigation is complete before deciding whether or not this constitutes corruption.

In spite of the fact that some people disagree with what Thuli Madonsela has to say, others believe that she is speaking the unadulterated truth. She is the kind of person that is not afraid to voice her opinion regarding whether or not this will be beneficial to other people. She doesn't hold back and says all that's on her mind. Some people believe that the president's sole mistake was to cut off the flow of money that was being used to cover up corruption and to give law enforcement agencies the opportunity to shut in on criminals. People don't know how the Phala Phala saga began, and perhaps they should just wait for the investigation to be finished so that they can find out what happened and where the money came from. People don't know the full story that began with Phala Phala. But if there is one thing that is certain, it is that the money is not the money of the taxpayers. It is not open to the public.

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Bram Hanekom|| Phala Phala Ramaphosa South Africa


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