According to a news24 Report, more details have been released on the Phala-phala Farm Robbery that occured in 2020. The report clarifies the figures that were previously mentioned in past reports.
The report claims that a sum of $600 000 was stolen from the property, opposed to the $4million that was previously reported.
It has also been revealed that the proceeds were from the sale of a Buffalo from an ididentified mam from Dubai.
It was also revealed that the money was not hidden in coaches but instead it was packed away in the cupboard.
Cyril Ramaphosa is currently under scrutiny for the alleged fraud and issue of having a large sum of money in foreign currency.
He was also questioned as to whether he had declared the money for tax purposes and if relevant processes at declaring the money were observed.
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Source : https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2022-08-10-burglars-stole-600000-from-cyril-ramaphosas-game-farm-phala-phala-says-n24-report/
Source : https://www.news24.com/news24/southafrica/investigations/exclusive-phala-phala-theft-the-dubai-buyer-a-buffalo-and-the-stolen-600-000-20220810?utm_source=24.com&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=_3781_+_42731135_+_73825_&utm_term=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.news24.com%2Fnews24%2Fsouthafrica%2Finvestigations%2Fexclusive-phala-phala-theft-the-dubai-buyer-a-buffalo-and-the-stolen-600-000-20220810
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