Deputy president, Paul Mashatile, says the findings of the Phala Phala report must be accepted as they are presented.
Mashatile addressed the matter during his Questions and Answer session in the National Council of Provinces (NCOP).
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s controversial farm saga saw several government institutions spearhead investigations into the matter, including the South African Revenue Service (SARS) and the Office of the Public Protector.
The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) is the latest institution to have cleared President Cyril Ramaphosa of any wrongdoing in relation to the 2020 multi-million-dollar theft at his Limpopo farm.
Ramaphosa came under fire after former spy boss Arthur Fraser put him on blast, accusing him of concealing an alleged $580 000 theft that took place at his farm.
The Reserve Bank said it could not conclude that the Exchange Control Regulations were breached.
It further revealed that there was no legal entitlement on the part of Ntaba Nyoni Estates CC, which owns Phala Phala, to make any declarations.
In June, the Acting Public Protector advocate Kholeka Gcaleka also let Ramaphosa off the hook after her office found that there was no evidence indicating that he either works at Phala Phala or received remuneration from the farm.