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Ramaphosaleak, Cyril Ramaphosa

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At least 10 CR17 activists said they felt used and betrayed by Small Business Development Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni and ...

19.8.2019

President Cyril Ramaphosa ’s supporters have accused the CR17 campaign managers, especially Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni, of having used them to enrich themselves from the R1billion raised for his ANC leadership campaign. Ramaphosaleak

At least 10 CR17 activists said they felt used and betrayed by Small Business Development Minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni and ...

They spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of victimisation and because they were not authorised to speak to the media about ANC matters.

Hlongwane, a CR17 regional co-ordinator in Vhembe, said on Saturday that he had received a number of payments from CR17 accounts and used “all the money for the president’s campaign”.

He confirmed that he is building a six-bedroom house in a Makhado suburb. “My wife obtained a bond for over R300000 to buy the stand and I’m building the house from my pocket. I have been making personal loans to build it.”

He confirmed that Ntshavheni had received millions from the CR17 campaign but insisted she used it for the campaign.

They included Ntshavheni, Deputy Minister in the Presidency Thembi Siweya, ANC national executive committee member Enoch Godongwana, Ramaphosa’s adviser Marion Sparg and former Free State economic development MEC Mxolisi Dukwana.

“Ours is just to support while bo Makhadzi loot(s) millions and ministerial positions! Nywenywe VBS nywenywe step aside yet you looted R5million. Mxm le re dira di stupid lena! This campaign enriched a few elites who are close to the president while the majority who thought they were supporting a genuine course (sic) didn't receive a single cent. We will meet at the NGC! Bring all bank statements,” he wrote on his Facebook page.

He said she gave the 57 regional branches between R1000 and R1500 each despite the CR17 national campaign team allocating urban branches R5000, rural ones R6000, and branches with two or more delegates R10000.

He said Ntshavheni claimed CR17 had no funds because it was a “religious” campaign aimed at stopping state capture.

A branch leader from Peter Mokaba region said they boycotted the Karibu meeting for the same reasons.

The secretary said the conduct of Ntshavheni and other campaign managers has divided the CR17 camp in Limpopo even though rival factions were united behind Ramaphosa.

He said even though they were disappointed, they did not regret supporting Ramaphosa because they did so to stop state capture and block former president Jacob Zuma from turning the ANC into a dynasty.

A businessman from Mpumalanga said: “They used and dumped me like a used condom. My company was used as a conduit for CR17 campaign money to some comrades in the province. Now I’m still here and unemployed with no tenders that I was promised while some of the people I was campaigning for President Ramaphosa with have government jobs. My heart is broken and I didn’t see it coming.”

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