Former South African State Security Agency director-general Arthur Fraser has opened a criminal case against President Cyril Ramaphosa related to the alleged theft of “in excess of four million US dollars” from Ramaphosa’s farm in Limpopo. News24 reports that Fraser, who most recently was the national commissioner of the Department of Correctional Services, said that he had provided police with evidence showing Ramaphosa “concealed the crime” from them and the suspects had been kidnapped and interrogated. “The details of the charges and the supporting evidence, including photographs, bank accounts, video footage and names,” Fraser said, were all provided to the police.
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