South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa will not step down despite a parliamentary report this week into the alleged cover-up of a cash robbery at one of his farms, his spokesman said on Saturday. Photo/AFP/File
South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa will not step down despite a parliamentary report this week into the alleged cover-up of a cash robbery at one of his farms, his spokesman said on Saturday. Photo/AFP/File

South Africa’s scandal-hit President Cyril Ramaphosa ‘not resigning’: spokesman

  • Pressure mounting for Ramaphosa to quit or be forced from office over burglary of more than US$500,000 in cash from his farm, which he allegedly covered up
  • Wednesday a parliamentary panel said Ramaphosa ‘may have committed’ acts contrary to the law and constitution, paving the way for impeachment proceedings

South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa will not step down despite a parliamentary report this week into the alleged cover-up of a cash robbery at one of his farms, his spokesman said on Saturday. Photo/AFP/File
South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa will not step down despite a parliamentary report this week into the alleged cover-up of a cash robbery at one of his farms, his spokesman said on Saturday. Photo/AFP/File
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