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South African arms deal not over yet

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

Zuma’s ghosts return to haunt him

The president returns to court in three separate cases, but Parliament will also be a battleground.

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.

Whistle-blower fails to appear at arms deal commission

Richard Young failed to arrive as expected to testify about the allegations of fraud and corruption surrounding the arms deal.

Arms deal commission postponed

The commission of inquiry into the multibillion-rand arms deal in Pretoria has been postponed once again.

Arms deal critics: Seriti commission must continue

Arms deal activists say the commission must be allowed to complete its mandate as anything less would be a "betrayal of the South African public".

Arms commission adjourned to January

The Seriti commission of inquiry has been adjourned until next year, when the next witness from Armscor will be ready to testify.

Arms deal inquiry to reduce staff

The Seriti commission of inquiry has announced it will reduce its staff complement as the bulk of the work has been completed.

Q&A: Arms deal critic Paul Holden

We speak to Paul Holden, who undertook his own cross examination of key witnesses because he felt the arms deal commission was not getting answers.

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