President Cyril Ramaphosa says there’s been no bias against him in the Phala Phala investigations.
President Cyril Ramaphosa noted how impressed he was by the manner in which authorities are handling the investigations into the theft on his Phala Phala farm.
On Thursday, 29 September, the President told the National Assembly that he has cooperated with at least eight investigations into the Phala Phala farm theft. Ramaphosa also noted that there had been no forms of bias.
“I would not even say there’s been any form of bias against me because they have been very, very tough and thorough, so my cooperation has been solid, and it continues,” said President Ramaphosa.
President Ramaphosa also confirmed that he and his farm manager made disclosures to the South African Reserve Bank. This follows claims that the stolen money was foreign currency, reports EWN.
He stated that his level in the corporation has been extensive.
“The level of cooperation on my side and those associated in this matter has been quite extensive and I have cooperated fully. I would like to leave it to the Sarb to make its own conclusions on this matter and determinations,” the President added.