Those who question the credibility of former spy boss Arthur Fraser must have themselves checked.
Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema has criticised analysts questioning Fraser’s credibility who lodged the criminal complaint against President Cyril Ramaphosa for concealing the theft of $4 million in cash from his Phala Phala farm in Limpopo in 2020.
Malema says it is of highest journalistic ethic to question why the theft was concealed from police and the South African Revenue Services (Sars), instead of question Fraser’s credibility.
Now, a shroud hangs over President Cyril Ramaphosa’s actions and why there was so much foreign currency on the premises, and whether it had not been declared to the South African Revenue Service.
President Cyril Ramaphosa claimed that the theft at his farm had been reported to a member of his security detail. However, it was not taken further.
Malema has also called out the so-called Ramaphosa supporters within the religious sector. He says that the likes of Archbishop Thabo Makgoba and Frank Chikane had praised the president for his stance in fighting corruption.
Malema has however questioned their silence as the head of state is implicated in trying to side-step the law…