One of the men, suspected in the burglary case at President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Limpopo farm, has spent approximately R1.8 million in cash for a flat.
Almost a year to ago following the day after the alleged theft took place, where millions of dollars to um of $80 000million, which is said to have been stashed in a coach at the President’s farmhouse in Bela Bela, Limpopo.
The alleged flat, which was purchased by the suspects, was bought in the upmarket development in Table View. It is called the Sandown Lifestyle Centre, where is it said that properties would generally go for between R1.5 million and R2 million.
Erkki Shikongo is said to be the owner of a property in the development. It has been found that his name is also one of those mentioned as an alleged burglar in the affidavit provided by former spy boss Arthur Fraser.
Arthur Fraser is a former State Security Agency and Correctional Services director-general who opened a criminal case against Ramaphosa at the Rosebank police station for money laundering, corruption, and kidnapping.
It was allegedly stolen by five Namibian nationals who conspired with his domestic worker in February 2020.
The president apparently failed to report the matter to the police, and allegedly paid the suspects including his domestic worker an amount of R150 000 each to keep quiet and conceal the incident from anyone, this after they were traced and apprehended.
Ramaphosa allegedly enlisted the help of his head of the Presidential Protection Unit, Major–General Wally Rhoode. Rhoode investigated the matter without reporting it at any police station.
Rhoode is said to have gotten a local farmer to assist him with the investigation and helped trace the thieves.
There are several concerns on social media about the burglary:
“People don’t understand something here: No one has said Cyril Ramaphosa stole anything
- Failing to report a crime is a crime
- No cash is allowed at an Auction is a crime
- Any amount above R25 000 kept by an individual is a crime”
People don't understand something here: No one has said Cyril Ramaphosa stole anything.
1. Failing to report a crime is a crime.
2. No cash is allowed at an Auction is a crime.
3. Any amount above R25 000 kept by an individual is a crime.
— Man’s NOT Barry Roux (@AdvoBarryRoux) June 8, 2022
“Ramaphosa is a money launderer and a kidnapper who has no respect for the laws of South Africa. He’s no longer a president until he submits himself to the rule of law”
Ramaphosa is a money launderer and and a kidnapper who has no respect for the laws of South Africa. He’s no longer a president until he submits himself@to the rule of law. pic.twitter.com/5UwHVKSMV9
— Floyd Shivambu (@FloydShivambu) June 8, 2022
“So, basically, it took this man one affidavit and a short press statement to show what RET forces and many of us have been trying to show about Ramaphosa. Give this man bells”
So, basically, it took this man one affidavit and a short press statement to show what RET forces and many of us have been trying to show about Ramaphosa. Give this man bells pic.twitter.com/b4lX6tmnt8
— Jed (@Jed38111039) June 8, 2022