By Doug Mattushek - 09 August 2019Views : 571
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s lawyers have asked the courts to protect their clients financial information.
The president’s lawyers want select information in Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s report on the embattled Bosasa to be accessible only to the court and respondents.
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Reports reveal that Ramaphosa’s lawyers want sensitive information, in particular the documents containing details linked to bank accounts for his 2017 political campaign, not to be made public.
The under fire Mkhwebane claims Ramaphosa mislead parliament with regards to a R500 000 donation made to the CR17 campaign. Ramaphosa is challenging the report.