President Cyril Ramaphosa took to a recent interview to address the Bosasa situation. This comes in response to recent a DA statement accusing Ramaphosa of being dishonest.
President Ramaphosa spoke about the Bosasa incident in a recent interview, reiterating that he was not trying to be intentionally misleading when he had originally addressed the matter.
The president explained that donations are often made anonymously and that it was commonplace for him not to know the identity of the donator.
Briefly.co.za reported earlier that the president had stated that he had seen the contract between his son’s company and AGO and had been satisfied that it was above board.
Cyril Ramaphosa corrected his initial response in a letter to the National Assembly Speaker and chaos ensued.
The president had explained that he had realised the R500 000 payment which had been questioned had actually been a donation made to his presidential campaign.
The president maintained that it had been an honest mistake, saying ‘there's been no corruption about this. If there was I would own up,’
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