As a result of possible investigations, the presidency said Ramaphosa and his office were not in a position to speak further on the matter, asking members of the public to allow due process to “take its course”.
The presidency said Ramaphosa remained committed to fighting corruption as well as “professionalising law enforcement agencies to better serve and respond to public needs”.
Converted into SA currency, the stolen money amounts to about R62.1m
Ramaphosa rejected Fraser's claims.
Ramaphosa, confirmed a robbery took place at his farm in Limpopo on or about February 9 2020 in which proceeds from the sale of game were stolen.
The presidency added he was looking forward to the budget vote speech where he is set to give an update on plans he outlined during his state of the nation address.