Former ANC spokesperson and NEC member Carl Niehaus along with other members of the ruling party has opened of case of money laundering and kidnapping against President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Niehaus said this new case is in support a complaint against Ramaphosa laid by former spy boss Arthur Fraser at the Rosebank Police Station.
Fraser laid a complaint against Cyril following a robbery at his Phala Phala farm in Limpopo, where robbers had stolen more than US$4 million from his farm on February 9, 2020.
Carl said he wants to ensure that Ramaphosa will be held accountable for his criminal actions and to support a nationwide campaign that he must resign.
Ramaphosa has been under fire to explain himself over the robbery amid calls for him to step down.
He has refused to respond to the allegations, saying the matter is in the hands of the police and commenting on the issues would interfere with legal processes currently under way.