Bosasa: ‘No contract or record of the R500k with Ramaphosa or his son’

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Bosasa: 'No contract or record of the R500k with Ramaphosa or his son'. Photo: Die Vryburger
Bosasa: 'No contract or record of the R500k with Ramaphosa or his son'. Photo: Die Vryburger

Bosasa, now African Global Operations, claims that there is no contract between the company and Cyril Ramaphosa’s son Andile. According to Joe Gumede, Bosasa’s chairman, there is no record, contract or invoice of the so called R500,000 financial consulting service rendered by A Ramaphosa.

This follows after Cyril Ramaphosa initially said in parliament that the payment for his son was for consulting work delivered to Bosasa by his son.

Later, the ANC president reversed 180 degrees and then said that the amount was paid by Gavin Watson into his election fund account.

Bosasa commitments with Andile and billions of Rand with government are being questioned by major political analysts.

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