The Presidency says Cyril Ramaphosa will comment on the Arthur Fraser matter in due course.
His spokesperson, Vincent Magwenya, says he has been informed of developments.
The former State Security Agency Head laid a criminal complaint against Ramaphosa.
It relates to the alleged theft of money, which he says was hidden on Ramaphosa’s Phala Phala farm in Limpopo.
Fraser alleges suspects colluding with Ramaphosa’s domestic worker stole around $4-million.
He says they were kidnapped and interrogated on the President’s property and later bribed for their silence.
He claims Ramaphosa concealed the crime from both the police and SARS.
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