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Ramaphosa asks for 25 more days before being drilled by questions regarding farm robbery

South African president Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa has been under immense pressure lately ever since the former spy agent Frazer decided to spread rumours about him and what exactly happen the presidents Phala phala farm in Limpopo.

Its been over 2 years now since the robbery took place in Limpopo at the president's phalaphala farm, which was rumoured to have been robbed by foreign nationals from Namibia.

People had already forgotten about the incident, president Ramaphosa was seemingly cruising in his position and was probably going to be in charge of South Africa for the next 5 years to come, until Frazer happen.

The former spy came with information that implicates the president of money laundering, he said the robbers had found more than $4 million dollars hidden in the president's premises. He followed that up by laying 3 charges against him which are for money laundering, robbery and kidnapping.

The president was then requested by the opposition parties to step down from high office, claiming that he can not be holding the highest position in South Africa while facing these kind of charges. The president vowed that he will step down as South African president after being officially charged by the court of law.

Another matter that will be giving the president some sleepless nights is the Marikana massacre. The matter has resurfaced and the president has been found liable of the killing of the Marikana workers by the high court.

The president was due to answer questions in parliament regarding the Phala phala robbery, but he has since then asked for postponement of those proceedings, demanding another 25 days before answering the questions.

Do you think the president is somehow liable for the killing of workers that happened in Marikana? Do you think he will ever be charged for what happened in his farm? Will he be selected for another term as our president?

Please have your say on the comment section below.

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