DA leader John Steenhuisen says President Cyril Ramaphosa’s declaration of interests remains shrouded in secrecy. On Thursday, Steenhuisen and the party deputy chief whip in Parliament, Siviwe Gwarube, was at the Union Buildings in Pretoria to view Ramaphosa’s declaration of interests. News24 reports that Ramaphosa has not answered any questions after former State Security Agency director-general Arthur Fraser opened a criminal case last month against him and his chief bodyguard, Major General Wally Rhoode, over the alleged theft of $4 million (R66 million) in cash from his farm in Limpopo in 2020.