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South African President Faces Impeachment Threats Over 425 million

Being head of state have more challenges as one is made to account for every mess made by the government or in the government. Now, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa could face impeachment motion after corruption allegation report was submitted by the special panel.

The South African Head of State may have violated the prevention and combating corruption activities act, according to the three member tribunal which is led by chief justice Sandile.

From the findings, about sh. 425 million was stolen in cash from Ramaphosa’s farm in Bela-Bela, Limpopo Province, but the president never filed a police report of the said-theft, raising questions on how the money was acquired.

The report was handed over to the national assembly speaker and there is evidence that the president breached anti-corruption laws.

The report therefore puts him under siege of being impeached should the law makers also confirm the findings to be true.

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