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Seriti report slammed by Open Secrets and Shadow World Investigations

Last year, the high court set aside the findings of the commission of inquiry into the arms deal scandal. Now activists are calling on the judicial conduct committee to investigate the judges in charge

Courts could be called on to query Seriti commission

Commissions of inquiry rarely live up to the expectations of those who have demanded their establishment.

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.

Judge Seriti has left the building

As the commission of inquiry into the arms deal wrapped up this week, the M&G's Sarah Evans looks back at the controversy.

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.

Arms deal group condemns ‘racist’ commission statements

A group of organisations calling for the Sereti inquiry's disbanding said a commission statement labelling them 'foot soldiers' was racist.

Arms deal critic shoots himself in the foot over wild allegations

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.

Cancel contracts, return military equipment – arms deal critic

Anti-arms deal campaigner Terry Crawford-Browne has criticised the arms deal contracts and recommends Jacob Zuma blacklist companies like Thales.

Arms deal ‘financially raped’ South Africa, says critic

Terry Crawford-Browne has told the Seriti commission that the international war business and governments involved exploited SA's financial system.

[From our archives] Winnie leaked info on arms deal, says activist

Winnie Madikizela-Mandela was one of the MPs who exposed details on the arms deal, the inquiry heard.

Blair should have answered for arms deal bribes – critic

An arms deal critic has said that Tony Blair should have been summoned to testify at the Seriti commission.

Organisations call for Seriti committee to be dissolved

Local and international organisations have called for the Seriti commission to be dissolved and for a full criminal investigation into its approach.

Arms deal critics face criminal action if they shun Seriti

The Seriti Commission has dismissed "baseless and malicious assertions" that it is a cover-up, and began issuing subpoenas to three of its critics.

Seriti commission to subpoena arms deal critics

The arms deal commission says it will issue subpoenas to the three witnesses who recently quit the inquiry.

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