South African president ‘misled’ parliament about donation: Watchdog

South African president 'misled' parliament about donation: Watchdog

South African president 'misled' parliament about donation: Watchdog


South Africa’s corruption watchdog has found that President Cyril Ramaphosa deliberately misled parliament about a 2017 campaign donation.
Ramaphosa had said he knew nothing of the $35,900 contribution. But the public protector says he was lying.
Al Jazeera’s Fahmida Miller reports from Pretoria.

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  1. Ramaphosa is just as corrupt as the rest of the Politicians in South Africa. Look at Mandela who hid his South African Communist Party membership from the outside World until it was revealed after he died.

  2. The money was to fund his campaign to help him defeat Malema and the EFF.Who have been growing bigger and bigger.

  3. Blacks are corrupt to the bone, tell the world about one honest and caring black president that really care for the people and I will apologize to the world. They can not govern , pure and simple

  4. lmao this man has more than $550 million (R6.4 billion) yall think he was bribed with $35900 (R50000) lmao i guess whites will try and justify their racism towards government however they want

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