22 Mar 2013 00:00 - Glynnis Underhill Judge Willie Seriti could be taken to court soon if he fails to give explanations for the commission's failure to summons the ANC and its records.
15 Mar 2013 00:00 - Glynis Underhill The former senior investigator at the arms procurement commission, Mokgale Norman Moabi believes the commission was set up to be a whitewash.
11 Mar 2013 15:20 - Glynnis Underhill Arms procurement commission witness Terry Crawford-Browne says claims that the ANC is not implicated in corruption are "disingenuous".
11 Mar 2013 13:39 - Sapa Reports that the involvement of the ANC and its leadership in the arms deal will not be investigated are false, says the arms procurement commission.
08 Mar 2013 00:00 - Glynnis Underhill A leaked letter has shown that arms deal Judge Willie Sereti took "three delegates" on a fact-finding mission.
28 Feb 2013 16:58 - Glynnis Underhill Former senior investigator at the arms deal commission Mokgale Norman Moabi says he doesn't believe the reasons given for the delay of the hearings.
01 Feb 2013 00:00 - Glynnis Underhill The troubles of the chairperson of the arms procurement commission, Judge Willie Seriti, are mounting.
28 Jan 2013 19:41 - Glynnis Underhill The chairperson of the arms procurement commission, Judge Willie Seriti, has rejected Mokgale Norman Moabi's challenge to take a lie-detector test.
25 Jan 2013 00:00 - Glynnis Underhill The investigator who quit the arms deal commission has lashed out against its chairperson, Judge Willie Seriti.
18 Jan 2013 00:00 - Glynnis Underhill Allegations of a secret agenda have cast yet more aspersions on the commission's credibility. Glynnis Underhill reports.
19 Oct 2012 06:15 - Glynnis Underhill Arms Procurement Commission chairperson Judge Willie Seriti's previous role in getting President Zuma off the hook could cast a shadow over its work.
28 Oct 2011 00:00 - Sam Sole 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".
14 Mar 2008 10:41 - Staff Reporter The police should be more cautious when dealing with deportation matters, Mpumalanga's department of safety and security said on Friday, after a South African teenager was awarded damages for being arrested on suspicion of being in the country illegally.
07 May 2008 13:00 - Staff Reporter The Pretoria High Court on Wednesday turned down an application by the so-called Waterkloof Four to overturn their murder conviction and sentence. Judge Willie Seriti ruled that the earlier decision by the Pretoria Regional Court to convict Christoff Becker, Frikkie du Preez, Gert van Schalkwyk and Reinach Tiedt of murder and assault was correct.