Chippy Shaik

 
French presidents 'tried to torpedo SA arms deal probe'
French presidents 'tried to torpedo SA arms deal probe'
After delivering testimony on Monday that implicated two former French presidents and South African leaders in the arms deal, attorney Ajay...
Chippy unlikely to get a shakedown at arms deal commission
Chippy unlikely to get a shakedown at arms deal commission
The crux of the case against Chippy Shaik – if such a case exists – is that he was key to influencing the awarding of bids to...
Arms deal commission summons Chippy Shaik
Arms deal commission summons Chippy Shaik
Shamin "Chippy" Shaik and Fana Hlongwane have been subpoenaed to testify during phase two of the arms procurement commission, the inquiry's...
Chippy Shaik's minutes: Why did we buy Hawk jets?
Chippy Shaik's minutes: Why did we buy Hawk jets?
At a meeting in August 1998, government apparently decided to buy expensive Hawk trainer jets instead of cheaper options available, as part of the...
Chippy Shaik may be called to arms commission
Chippy Shaik may be called to arms commission
Shamin "Chippy" Shaik, chief of acquisitions for the South African National Defence Force during a controversial arms deal, may be...
Arms deal: Bell was deaf to bribes and lost out
Arms deal: Bell was deaf to bribes and lost out
In the third edited extract from The Devil in the Detail -- How the Arms Deal Changed Everything, Paul Holden and Hennie van Vuuren...
The arms deal's big deceit: The great submarine rip-off
The arms deal's big deceit: The great submarine rip-off
A leaked report on the contract to supply South Africa with submarines has exposed the major deceit at the heart of the arms deal -- the inflated...
Agents paid millions in submarine deal
Agents paid millions in submarine deal
Ferrostaal, the lead company in the consortium that sold South Africa submarines as part of the controversial 1999 arms deal, paid more than...
The memo that sank the arms probe
The memo that sank the arms probe
A six-page memo littered with contradictions and inaccuracies informed the decision to end the probe into the multibillion-rand arms deal.
Alarm bells sound for democracy
Alarm bells sound for democracy
The recent announcement by the Hawks that the inquiry into the arms deal was finally to be closed was greeted more with a whimper than a howl of...

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