Sep 25, 2022

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Julius Malema threatens to release Ramaphosa burglary video ‘if all goes well’

EFF leader Julius Malema has threatened to release video of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s burglary after appearing in a personal injury trial in Randburg Magistrates’ Court on Friday.

Former spy chief Arthur Fraser filed charges against Ramaphosa the Rosebank Police Station on Wednesday stemming from “ the theft of millions of US dollars (over $4 million) located at the premises of the Phala Phala Farm of the Presidents are hidden in Waterberg, Limpopo, by criminals conspiring with his domestic workers.”

Malema took to social media to suggest that the EFF could share a video of the break-in. p>

< span>Fraser said he has evidence, including photos, bank accounts, video footage and names, included in his statement submitted to authorities.

He said the charges he has filed allegedly include failure of the judiciary’s objectives, kidnapping suspects, interrogating them on Presidential property and bribery.< /span>

< p>Fraser claimed that Ramaphosa concealed the crime from police and the SA Revenue Service.

On Thursday, the Presidency dismissed the claims back. It confirmed money was stolen but denied any involvement in any criminal activity.

“The Presidency can confirm that on or about February 9, 2020 a robbery occurred at the The proceeds from the sale of game were stolen from the President’s farm in Limpopo.

“The President was attending an African Union summit in Addis Ababa when the incident happened. When President Ramaphosa was informed of the robbery, he reported the incident to the head of the Police Service’s Presidential Protection Unit for investigation,” said spokesman Vincent Magwenya.

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