President Cyril Ramaphosa. File picture: Elmond Jiyane/GCIS

President Cyril Ramaphosa. File picture: Elmond Jiyane/GCIS

Cape Town – The panel chaired by retired Chief Justice Sandile Ngcobo has found that President Cyril Ramaphosa has a case to answer in relation to Phala Phala.

In the report released on Wednesday evening the report found that Ramaphosa violated a number of laws.

This now paves the way for Parliament to discuss the report on Tuesday and take a decision.

“In light of all the information placed before the Panel, we conclude that this information discloses, prima facie, that the President may have committed: 264.1. A serious violation of sections 96(2)(a). 264.2. A serious violation of section 34(1) of PRECCA. 264.3. A serious misconduct in that the President violated section 96(2)(b) by acting in a way that is inconsistent with his office. 264.4. A serious misconduct in that the President violated section 96(2)(b) by exposing himself to a situation involving a conflict between his official responsibilities and his private business. of the Constitution,” said the report.https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Sm4VqNoN4El8oPLNa3Wf6QPscCvZoX6g/preview

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READ FULL REPORT HERE: https://www.parliament.gov.za/storage/app/media/Links/2022/november/30-11-2022/33659%20SECTION%2089%20INDEPENDENT%20PANEL%20Volume%201.pdf