WATCH: President Zuma and those spy tapes - a recap

President Jacob Zuma is heading to the Supreme Court of Appeal on Thursday and Friday to fight against the reinstatement of corruption and fraud charges related to the arms deal. Watch.

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Absa to defend arms deal man’s R7m legal claim over closed accounts

2017-01-09 14:44

Absa will defend a legal bid by Fana Hlongwane, who is suing the bank for R7m after it closed his business bank accounts in 2013.

Meet Terry Crawford-Browne: Fighting to recoup R70bn SA taxpayers spent on crooked Arms Deal

2016-07-21 20:38

If there was fraud around the Arms Deal, it must emerge before the promotors can force through the next instalment of state plunder - the nuclear build programme.

Arms deal findings: Activist takes fight to ConCourt

2016-07-19 15:58

Arms deal critic Terry Crawford-Browne has filed an application at the Constitutional Court, asking it to set aside the Seriti Commission's report.

Presidency still studying Zuma 'Spy Tapes' judgment

2016-06-25 16:10

The presidency is still studying the verdict of the "Spy Tapes" appeal before indicating how it would respond, spokesperson Bongani Ngqulunga has said.

Ed Herbst: Censorship roots. SABC’s ‘Eureka Moment’ – the Arms Deal

2016-05-31 20:39

An analyst suggests the SABC's censorship roots go back to 2003 and the arms deal, as recent censorship of violent protests has again opened Pandora’s Box.

Cronin's comments on Zuma charges 'misrepresented' - SACP

2016-05-02 13:30

The SA Communist Party's first deputy secretary general Jeremy Cronin's comment that the arms deal corruption charges be reinstated against President Jacob Zuma were "misrepresented", the party says.

Mailbox: Thabo Mbeki – the great Pretender? Did cancerous rot start on his watch?

2016-04-29 10:54

Thabo Mbeki’s backing of the Seriti arms deal inquiry shows he has yet to become inculcated with a sense of accountability, says a Biznews community member.

'Some determined to prove Mandela's govt was corrupt' - Mbeki

2016-04-25 13:30

Former president Thabo Mbeki has criticised those who rubbished the findings of the arms deal commission, saying some people want to push the idea that "President Nelson Mandela's government was corrupt".

HEADLINES: Shaik up over arms deal, award for Tutus, music's fallen Prince

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9 mysterious cases of intimidation and stolen information

2017-03-20 16:40

There have been several suspicious high-level break-ins around the country in the past seven years with some cases remaining unsolved.

Corruption Watch, R2K launch bid to set aside arms deal inquiry report

2016-10-17 18:13

Lobby groups Corruption Watch and Right2Know have launched a court application to have the Seriti Commission of Inquiry’s findings set aside.

Culture of corruption unleashed by arms deal - activist

2016-07-19 21:22

The arms deal has unleashed a culture of corruption that now threatens the survival of South Africa’s constitutional democracy, activist Terry Crawford-Browne has said in papers to the Constitutional Court.

SA gets a taste of crooked global arms trade - Video

2016-06-28 07:52

There are signs that world leaders have had enough of the global arms industry, which accounts for 40% of all corruption in global trade, says Andrew Feinstein.

Spy tapes judgment reserved

2016-06-10 14:55

The DA’s seven-year battle to have President Jacob Zuma stand trial on corruption charges will drag on for a bit longer after the High Court in Pretoria reserved judgment in the matter.

Arms deal inquiry cost R137m

2016-05-23 17:18

The arms deal inquiry cost more than R137m, a parliamentary reply has revealed.

Reinstate corruption charges against Zuma – deputy minister in Cabinet

2016-05-02 10:15

A top SA Communist Party and Cabinet member has urged that arms deal corruption charges be reinstated against President Jacob Zuma.

Arms deal critics believe all African leaders are corrupt - Mbeki

2016-04-25 15:00

People do not want to believe that the 1999 multi-billion rand arms deal was corruption free because it feeds into the stereotype that African governments are corrupt, former president Thabo Mbeki says.

WATCH: Zuma's six key points on the Arms Deal

There was no evidence to support allegations of bribery, corruption and fraud in the 1999 multi-billion rand arms deal, President Jacob Zuma announced on Thursday.

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Arms deal: The three witnesses who withdrew

2016-04-22 09:46

Two years ago, three key witnesses who were set to give evidence in the 1999 multi-billion rand arms deal, pulled out of the Seriti Commission of Inquiry. What happened to them?

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