The African Transformation Movement (ATM) has filed papers in the High Court in Pretoria to review and set aside the acting Public Protector, Adv. Kholeka Gcaleka’s report on Phala-Phala.
In June, the Chapter 9 institution cleared President Cyril Ramaphosa of any wrongdoing in the alleged robbery of foreign currency at his Limpopo game farm.
ATM initially filed a complaint with the office of the Public Protector accusing the President of breaching the Executive Ethics Code by exposing himself to any risk of a conflict between his constitutional duties, obligations and private interests.
The political party is asking the Gauteng High Court to declare parts of the report dated 30 June 2023 to be inconsistent with the Constitution of South Africa and subsequently invalid.
The party also wants the court to review and set aside parts of the report which cleared President Ramaphosa of any wrongdoing.
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