Source: https://twitter.com/SABCNews/status/1445260221916516352?s=19The Department Of International Relations Has Confirmed On their Chief Finacial Officer Caiphus Ramashau.
Apparently This Comes Aftet The Chief Officer was Investigated And Found That He Has Bought Property In The United State Of America in the City of New York.
Apparently The fact That The Mr Ramashau bought Property Is Really Not The Reason Why He wad Fired By the Department, but the Fact That he Used The Government Funds that His been Allocated to guiding as The Financial Officer.
The Overhaul of Investigation Where Really Something That The President Cyril Ramaphosa Implemented to Get All That Are Government Officials Doing Corruption Out in their Positions.
The Fact That The Department Did Not Famble By Replacing Their Chief Finacial Officer, Really Shows how The Investigation Are Paying Up.
The SABC News and the Department Of Intrrnational Affairs Have Confirmed That Chief Financial Officer Caiphus Ramashau Has Been Fired.
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