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Arms deal inquiry: Shaik considering legal action

President Jacob Zuma’s former financial advisor Schabir Shaik is talking to his legal team in the wake of the findings of the arms deal inquiry commission, it was reported on Friday. Shaik told The Mercury newspaper that he was convicted for corruption in the deal but maintained that “I did[…]

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Witnesses shun arms deal inquiry

Three key witnesses do not want to give evidence about the 1999 arms deal, the Seriti Commission of Inquiry heard on Monday. Geoff Budlender, SC, said his clients — former ANC MP and author Andrew Feinstein and researchers Hennie van Vuuren and Paul Holden, who had all been subpoenaed as[…]

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