President Cyril Ramaphosa will voluntarily present himself before the ANC Integrity Commission over a criminal complaint laid against him by Arthur Fraser.
In a statement, the ANC National Working Committee says it welcomes and commends the President’s decision to voluntarily appear before the commission.
Fraser — a former State Security Agency Director-General — laid a complaint of money laundering, kidnapping and corruption against Ramaphosa last week.
Fraser alleges that there was theft of $4-million at the head of state’s Phala Phala farm in 2020.
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