Eswatini central bank denies allegations of holding ‘Gaddafi millions’

President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma
Jacob Zuma

The Central Bank of Eswatini has strongly denied allegations that it is holding $30 million that belonged to former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi at the request of former South African president Jacob Zuma.

The allegations were made in a report in the South African Sunday Times on April 7. The report claimed that Libyan military authorities had asked president of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa to help recover money that was believed to be in Eswatini.

The Sunday Times alleged that King Mswati

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