Ramaphosa"/>Supporters of former president Jacob Zuma opened two cases against President Cyril Ramaphosa on Saturday, 18 June. The supporters made their way to the Durban Central Police Station in connection with the Phala Phala recreation farm scandal.
A case of corruption turned opened through Srini Naidoo towards Ramaphosa
Representing Really Democracy, Srini Naidoo, opened a case of corruption. Democracy is a civil rights enterprise. Naidoo said that Ramaphosa confessed that the money that was stolen became from selling animals.
“Now who sells animals for cash, not to mention foreign money?” asked Naidoo.
Naidoo in addition referred to on government from the US to look at the case which he believes is an international remember.
“The American authorities have to investigate this. This is in opposition to their Patriot Act, and money laundering acts. It is an offence to them and this is not just an SA offence, it is a worldwide offence. What Cyril Ramaphosa has carried out is maintaining overseas currency in his fixtures secretly,” said Naidoo.
A case of gender-based violence became opened through Nkosenhle Shezi
Nkosenhle Shezi, a regarded supporter of the previous president, opened a case of gender-based violence in opposition to the president. Shezi stated that in 2020, cash was stolen and due to the incident, a domestic employee of Ramaphosa turned into illegally captured.
“In 2020 sure money changed into stolen and as a result of that a home worker of the president changed into captured illegally due to the fact there was by no means a case of a damage-in that become mentioned to the SA police… Throughout that interrogation, the girl turned into kidnapped, changed into assaulted and that is the travesty of justice that we cannot tolerate as the residents of the USA and we've logged that case with the SA Police Service,”
Naidoo and Shezi had been accompanied by using a handful of Zuma supporters. The supporters were protesting outdoor the police station
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