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Hawks meet with dormer spy boss Arthur Fraser


Hawks meet with dormer spy boss Arthur Fraser.

Fraser’s lawyers in a terse media statement on Wednesday June 15 confirmed the meeting had taken place on the same day which it said was to assist the Hawks in their investigations into a complaint against the president.

The Hawks have had a meeting with former spy boss and correctional services commissioner Arthur Fraser as part of its investigation into the alleged cover-up of the robbery into President Cyril Ramaphosa’s farm.

Fraser is the complainant in a criminal charge he opened against Ramaphosa for his alleged role in a cover-up of the robbery in his Phala Phala Farm in Limpopo where millions of foreign currency was hidden in furniture was stolen.

“He (Fraser) has furnished the Hawks with additional information and details to enable them to do their work. Mr Fraser appreciates the professionalism and the speed with which the Hawks have responded to the complaint,” the lawyers’ statement.

Fraser at the beginning of the month shocked the nation when he revealed that he has opened a criminal charge against Ramaphosa following a robbery at his farm where R62 million was stolen, saying the president had broken the law by not report the matter to the police.

He claimed he had given police proof in the form of pictures and video of how the robbers who were Namibians broke into the house and stole the money. He further revealed that the robbers were working in collaboration with Ramaphosa’s domestic worker in the farm who it emerged was also Namibian.

Ramaphosa has since denied any unlawful conduct and said the money was from the sale of game animals from the farm. This has also invited calls by opposition parties who have called for a parliamentary inquiry into his conduct.

The request for an inquiry was shot down by National Assembly Speaker Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula who said the request had substantive motion. But ATM has been relentless in their quest and has now submitted a substantive motive, pointing out that Ramaphosa has violated the law by revealing that he was running the private while he is in office.

This was after Ramaphosa seemingly shot himself in the foot when addressing the ANC Limpopo conference said: “However, I would like to say that I I’m a farmer. I’m in the cattle business and the game business and through that business which has been declared in Parliament and all over I buy and I sell animals.

“Sometimes people buy these animals, and some of the people were bought some of the animals some of them are here. I do it. Yes. I do it through the sales, sometimes through cash or sometimes through transfers.” ATM is arguing that Ramaphosa has violated the Constitution which prohibits him to do paid work.

Source – DailySun

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