- President Ramaphosa has held a media briefing in which he made it clear how he felt about the Public Protector's recent report
- The report has found that Ramaphosa misled Parliament over a R500k donation from Bosasa
- Ramaphosa says the report is fundamentally and irretrievably flawed
President Ramaphosa stated during a media briefing held in Pretoria at the Union Buildings that he feels Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s recent report on him is flawed.
The report found that Ramaphosa misled Parliament (and South Africa) about a R500 000 Bosasa donation to his ANC presidential campaign.
Ramaphosa, however, isn't happy with the standard of the Public Protector's report.
"It is essential that findings of Public Protector are based on fact, that they have sound legal basis, that they are rational and arrived at through a fair process."
"Unfortunately, this report fails to meet these standards. I have concluded the report is fundamentally and irretrievably flawed."
Briefly.co.za gathered that the president added that Mkhwebane went 'over her scope'.
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