Ramaphosa reiterates commitment to appear before ANC integrity commission

Ramaphosa reiterates commitment to appear before ANC integrity commission

President Cyril Ramaphosa says he is prepared to be held accountable over the allegations around his farm in Limpopo.

President Cyril Ramaphosa 15 july
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It's alleged millions in foreign currency was stolen on the property in February 2020.

Former spy boss Arthur Fraser has laid a criminal complaint against Ramaphosa, accusing him of covering up the theft by not reporting it to police.

He claims instead, the president sent people to hunt down the culprits and interrogate them.

Ramaphosa has denied any wrongdoing.

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Addressing the SACP conference on Friday in Boksburg, he said he had pledged his full cooperation to the investigation.

"I opted on my own to appear before the integrity commission. We were meant to meet a week ago, but the date did not suit everyone. We will finalise another date in the days that come and I will go before the integrity commission. 

"But I would like to say that I will not allow these allegations to deter me from what needs to be done to rebuild our economy. I will now allow this to deter me, to discourage me from the work that I have to do. I will not be intermediated nor distracted nor bullied into submission." 


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