South Africa’s former State Security Agency director-general Arthur Fraser said he provided the Hawks with additional information on Wednesday to assist the investigation of a criminal complaint he laid against President Cyril Ramaphosa. News24 reports that the case alleged kidnapping and money laundering against Ramaphosa and the head of the Presidential Protection Unit, Major-General Wally Rhoode. Political analyst Ralph Mathekga says Fraser’s insistence on keeping the narrative alive, with public updates on his criminal complaint, was a sign of the political power play.
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