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“Zuma Said No To A R2 Billion Bribe To Step Down From This Polish Businesswoman” – Twitter Exposes

A screenshot of a Business Tech article exposing billionaire businesswoman Magda Wierzycka of bribing former President Jacob Zuma caused quite a stir on Twitter.

The Polish billionaire promised Jacob Zuma R2 billion if he stepped down as president, while he was still in office.

@NDUMEECO took to his Twitter account to post the screenshot and left this caption, “Always remember that Magda Wierzycka attempted to bribe a sitting President (President JG Zuma) with R2 billion to resign and not even one party saw anything wrong with that including the ruling party.”

Magdalena Franciszka Wierzycka (born 1969 in Gliwice, Poland) is a Polish-South African billionaire businesswoman. She is the co-founder and CEO of Sygnia Ltd, a financial service company. She is the richest woman in South Africa, and is also known for her anti-corruption activism. In 2020, the magazine Forbes listed her among “Africa’s 50 Most Powerful Women”.

@snodgrass_bobby left this comment on the tweet, “Indeed Magda did her sums giving Zuma one big fat lump sum. She hoped she would have saved SA 100’s of billions he was handing over to the Gupta’s. If he accepted we would have saved Eskom, Transnet, SAA, etc., Magda created a business worth saving from Zuma and his acolytes!

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