S’African President Faces Impeachment Threat Amid Probe Of ‘$580k Stolen From His Farm’

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The South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa, may be removed from office due to allegations of corruption.

The focus of the study was the alleged $580,000 cash theft from Ramaphosa’s farm in 2020, which was discovered in June. But Ramaphosa has refuted all accusations of misconduct.

The commission was constituted in September 2022 to determine whether there was any early indication that the president had committed malfeasance.

The procedure for an impeachment vote could be started if the parliament considers the president to have engaged in severe misbehavior.


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