South African President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Sunday it was up to the governing party’s national executive to decide his future in the face of allegations of misconduct against him, a day after his spokesman said he would not resign.
Ramaphosa, who said he would attend an executive committee meeting scheduled for Monday, is fighting for his political survival after a panel of experts found he may have violated his oath of office.
Their inquiries relate to allegations that large sums of foreign currency were hidden at Ramaphosa’s private game farm and he failed to report the money missing when it was stolen in 2020.
Ramaphosa has denied wrongdoing and has not been charged with any crimes. He has said the money stolen was the proceeds from the sale of buffaloes and far less than the millions of dollars alleged when the theft came to light in June.
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