Wouter Basson denies unprofessional conduct

Louis Oelofse

While he might have been part of the apartheid government's secret chemical and biological warfare programme, he did not act unprofessionally, Wouter Basson said on Monday. Basson pleaded not guilty to six charges brought against him at the Health Professions Council of South Africa. The charges relate to his time as head of the apartheid government's chemical and biological warfare project.

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