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South African arms deal not over yet

A three-year challenge has reversed the findings of the Seriti commission

French presidents ‘tried to torpedo SA arms deal probe’

An arms deal insider has quit the People's Tribunal on Economic Crimes after claiming French leaders tried to quash the probe into Thales and Thint.

Ajay Sooklal returns to haunt Zuma

The lawyer who helped produce evidence implicating President Jacob Zuma in in the 1999 arms deal, Ajay Sooklal, has made fresh allegations

Arms deal report: No evidence of ‘criminal shenanigans’

President Jacob Zuma released the findings of the Seriti commission today - announcing that no proof of corruption was found.

Zuma: Arms deal report clears government of any wrongdoing

President Jacob Zuma has released the report into the 1999 arms deal, four months after receiving it.

LIVE VIDEO: Zuma releases arms deal report

President Jacob Zuma is releasing the findings of the arms deal report. Listen live.

No big bang in arms deal

All the controversy has returned to haunt the findings of an investigation badly compromised, with the Seriti commission making no findings.

Arms deal report in Zuma’s hands

Whistle-blower Richard Young has a gut feeling that critics of the controversial transaction will be torn to shreds.

Arms deal inquiry: It’s a wrap

The Arms Deal Commission of Inquiry, investigating the 1999, R70-billion arms deal, is over.

German company denies arms deal bribes

The SABC reported that a German company that allegedly bribed middlemen to get contracts to supply the SA government with warships denied the claims.

Arms deal critic: Armscor’s role was usurped by government

Arms deal critic Richard Young has questioned Cabinet's role in the arms deal, saying that final decisions were "strangely" being made by Cabinet.

Arms deal whistle blower misses the commission again

It seems that confusion over a rescheduling agreement has resulted in Richard Young failing to appear before Judge Willie Seriti.

Key arms deal middleman ‘not ready’ to testify

But the advocate appearing for Fana Hlongwane at the arms deal commission says his client “wants to come and give evidence”.

Chippy Shaik brings renewed interest to arms deal

Evidence given at the inquiry by government’s head of acquisitions during the arms deal might contain at least one controversy previously introduced.

Chippy unlikely to get a shakedown at arms deal commission

The former chief of acquisitions for the South African National Defence Force denies having a hand in dodgy deals and influencing tender awards.

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