Terry Crawford Browne

South African arms deal not over yet

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

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.

Crawford-Browne wants end to arms commission ‘farce’

Retired banker Terry Crawford-Browne has called on President Jacob Zuma to terminate the arms deal commission as it has become a "farce".

Mbeki’s lawyer withdraws from arms commission

Max Boqwana, representing former president Thabo Mbeki and his former cabinet ministers at the Seriti commission of inquiry, has withdrawn.

Crawford-Browne balks at closure of arms deal commission

Anti-arms deal campaigner Terry Crawford-Browne has written to Judge Willie Seriti to object the closure of the Seriti commission of inquiry.

Arms commission ‘open minded’ about investigating ANC

The arms procurement commission has dismissed allegations that people with connections to the ruling party will not be investigated.

Arms commission witness lashes Seriti over ANC claims

Arms procurement commission witness Terry Crawford-Browne says claims that the ANC is not implicated in corruption are "disingenuous".

Arms deal probe judge in firing line

Allegations of a secret agenda have cast yet more aspersions on the commission's credibility. Glynnis Underhill reports.

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