Terry Crawford-Browne’s evidence to the Seriti commission is likely to feed into the assumption that he dreamt up his claims, writes Sarah Evans.
Anti-arms deal campaigner Terry Crawford-Browne has criticised the arms deal contracts and recommends Jacob Zuma blacklist companies like Thales.
Terry Crawford-Browne has told the Seriti commission that the international war business and governments involved exploited SA's financial system.
Winnie Madikizela-Mandela was one of the MPs who exposed details on the arms deal, the inquiry heard.
An arms deal critic has said that Tony Blair should have been summoned to testify at the Seriti commission.
Retired banker Terry Crawford-Browne has called on President Jacob Zuma to terminate the arms deal commission as it has become a "farce".
A roundup of the whistle-blowers, investigators and politicians who will play a major role in the arms deal inquiry.
Max Boqwana, representing former president Thabo Mbeki and his former cabinet ministers at the Seriti commission of inquiry, has withdrawn.
Anti-arms deal campaigner Terry Crawford-Browne has written to Judge Willie Seriti to object the closure of the Seriti commission of inquiry.
The arms procurement commission has dismissed allegations that people with connections to the ruling party will not be investigated.
Arms procurement commission witness Terry Crawford-Browne says claims that the ANC is not implicated in corruption are "disingenuous".
Allegations of a secret agenda have cast yet more aspersions on the commission's credibility. Glynnis Underhill reports.
A Swedish programme has aired allegations of a payment ostensibly intended for a union school. Drew Forrest and Tabelo Timse report.
Terry Crawford-Browne says Jacob Zuma must appoint a commission of inquiry into Barclays Bank's 2005 takeover of Absa and its link to the arms deal.
The government is to pay the legal costs of Terry Crawford-Browne's bid to have the Constitutional Court compel President Zuma to probe the arms deal.
Arms activist Terry Crawford-Browne and President Jacob Zuma have agreed on a draft consent order pertaining to the court battle around the arms deal.
Some observers believe this week's Cabinet shuffle was the moment when Jacob Zuma finally showed that he was a decisive leader.
The scope of the probe into claims of corruption and impropriety in the arms deal has been hailed as "better than a sharp stick in the eye".