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In a notice published on Tuesday (20 April) the US warned that citizens should not travel to South Africa due to Covid-19, as the country has received a level 4 warning. “The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Level 4 Travel Health Notice for South Africa due to Covid-19, indicating a very high level of Covid-19 in the country,” it said. Other issues such as violent crime, armed robbery, rape, carjacking, mugging, and “smash-and-grab” attacks on vehicles were also raised as points of concern in the notice.
Mr Tokyo Sexwale’s statement about stolen money is untrue, sad and seems that he was a victim of the many scams abound. You cannot steal transmitted money from the central bank. How? His statement on television was unfortunate. Will reach out to him.
Businessman and former presidential hopeful Tokyo Sexwale may have fallen for a scam, which plays into a conspiracy theory that believes the world is run by a small group of people loosely based around top
banking institutions and royals.
National Treasury and the South African Reserve Bank on Monday said, in a statement, it had previously received correspondence from Sexwale "and many others", alleging that billions of rands have been stolen from
a fund referred to as the "White Spiritual Boy Trust" and which was set up by a foreign donor.
Tokyo Sexwale appears to have fallen for a scam so stupid even QAnoners rejected it
The "White Spiritual Boy Trust" Sexwale apparently referenced has come up in the Qanon world, where some conspiracy theorists still believe Donald Trump is essentially a superhero.
So just who is Tokyo Sexwale the man Fifa president Sepp Blatter used to defend his record for tackling racism? Tokyo Sexwale (pronounced seh-wa-le) took the role of Lord Sugar in South Africa’s version of The Apprentice, although he was later criticised for indecision when it came to picking the winning candidate.