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JOHANNESBURG (AP) - An urgent meeting of South Africa´s ruling
party to discuss the [url=][/url] has been delayed as calls continue for his resignation amid a scandal over money stolen from his
The African National Congress´ national executive committee on Friday had been expected to discuss a parliamentary report which suggests Ramaphosa may
have violated anti-corruption laws related to the theft in 2020 of millions of dollars
that had been stashed in a couch.

The committee has the power to force the president to resign, and has done so in the
party´s treasurer-general, Paul Mashatile, told reporters that top ANC officials would discuss the
report before reconvening ahead of a parliamentary debate
Lawmakers are expected to debate the report and vote on whether to proceed
with an impeachment process.
Ramaphosa has denied wrongdoing, saying the stolen money was proceeds from the sale of animals at his farm and that he was "not involved in any criminal conduct." However, the parliamentary report questions his explanation as well as the source of the money
and why it wasn´t disclosed to financial authorities.

It cited a potential conflict between the president´s business
and official interests.
The president still has some support within the ruling party´s national executive committee and its
parliamentary caucus, but the new report has raised serious questions about his handling
of the theft at his farm and the source of
the money.

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