The Sudanese businessman who allegedly purchased 20 buffalo for $580,000 in money from President Cyril Ramaphosa’s Phala Phala farm has instructed eNCA’s Annika Larsen that ‘it used to be a typical trade transaction’.
Hazim Mustafa is a Sudanese millionaire, dwelling in Dubai, who used to be recognized through News24 in September as in all probability being “Mustafa Mohamed Ibrahim Hazim” who allegedly paid $580,000 for 20 buffalo owned through President Cyril Ramaphosa, Daily Maverick’s Rebecca Davis reported.
Read extra in Daily Maverick: “Sudanese businessman tells Sky News he is Ramaphosa’s buffalo buyer – but how does his story stack up?”
Earlier this month, Mustafa instructed Sky News that he paid $580,000 in money for 20 buffalo from Ramaphosa’s Phala Phala farm in December 2019 — however had no concept that the animals, or the farm itself, have been owned through the President.
eNCA’s Annika Larsen visited Mustafa and his South African spouse, Bianca O’Donoghue, at their house in Dubai, to get Mustafa’s model of occasions, main as much as his acquire of the buffalo, which he nonetheless hasn’t gained.
‘Normal trade transaction’
Speaking to Larsen about the Phala Phala acquire — and wearing head-to-toe Gucci — Mustafa stated he used to be stunned to be dragged into the media…
Author: Daily Maverick