May 27, 2024
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Malema threatens to release Ramaphosa’s burglary video

Julius Malema

The truth in that statement is not known, however EFF leader Julius Malema has threatened to release a video after their court appearance, a video about the burglary Arthur Fraser spoke of, that took place at President Cyril Ramaphosa’s farm on 9 February.

“If all goes well, we will upload Ramaphosa’s burglary video on the @EFFSouthAfrica website tomorrow after our court appearance.” tweeted Malema

For a long time during his rallys and public appearances, Malema has called Ramaphosa a corrupt president quite a number of times. And the statement above, may indicate he stands with Fraser in saying the burglary might have been a cover up as Fraser mentioned on his statement issued on Wednesday 01 June 2022. Even so, Raphosa denied the allegations on Fraser’s statement, but has said a robbery did however take place.

Fraser in his statement said Ramaphosa is involved in criminal activities which include theft of about $40 million roughing it to R60 million, kidnapping of suspects, interrogation and bribery and also concealing of crime. It is further alleged that all activities transpired at his Phala Phala farm in Limpopo, colluding with his domestic worker. Fraser said he opened a case against Ramaphosa and the Rosebank Police later confirm the criminal charges layed by former spy boss Arthur Fraser