Findings Photo © Kate Stegeman Preliminary Findings
and Recommendations
by the Panel
Read More Kredietbank and the French government’s collaboration
with the apartheid regime should be fully investigated.
The decision to enter the 1999 Arms Deal
must have been irrational.
Relevant authorities should pursue full and thorough
investigations into allegations of state capture.
State capture is in part a result of the corrupt activities
that have occurred in South Africa’s history.
Preliminary Findings
and Recommendations
by the Panel
Read More Kredietbank and the French government’s collaboration
with the apartheid regime should be fully investigated.
The decision to enter the 1999 Arms Deal
must have been irrational.
Relevant authorities should pursue full and thorough
investigations into allegations of state capture.
State capture is in part a result of the corrupt activities
that have occurred in South Africa’s history.
JoinTheDots Joining the Dots The Long Shadow of
Economic Crime in South Africa
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Economic Crime in South Africa
Now available for download
Why a Tribunal? Why hold Allow public to present evidence of corruption
to a panel of adjudicators.
Publically hear allegations of corruption where
the state has failed to investigate.
Join the dots over 40 years of economic crimes
in South Africa from apartheid to state capture.
Read More Why hold a Tribunal Join the dots over 40 years of economic crimes
in South Africa from apartheid to state capture.
Allow public to present evidence of corruption
to a panel of adjudicators.
Publically hear allegations of corruption where
the state has failed to investigate.
Read More
DidYouKnow Did you know? spent on covert weapons purchases by the
apartheid state between 1973-1994.
R500 billion is the cost of the Arms Deal
including hidden finance charges.
R70.6 billion of South Africa’s wealth
is in the hands of
90% 10% of its people. Did you know? R70.6 billion R500 billion 90% spent on covert weapons purchases by the
apartheid state between 1973-1994.
is the cost of the Arms Deal
including hidden finance charges.
of South Africa’s wealth
is in the hands of 10%
of its people.
JoiningTheDots Joining the Dots Thales, the arms company that allegedly bribed President Jacob Zuma
during the 1999 Arms Deal was also involved in busting sanctions during
apartheid under the name Thompson-CSF.
One of the middlemen at the centre of the corrupt post-apartheid
Arms Deal, Fana Hlongwane, reportedly introduced
Bell Pottinger to the Gupta family in 2016.
Thales, the arms company that allegedly bribed
President Jacob Zuma during the 1999 Arms Deal
was also involved in busting sanctions during
apartheid under the name Thompson CSF.

One of the middlemen at the centre of the corrupt
post-apartheid Arms Deal, Fana Hlongwane,
reportedly introduced Bell Pottinger to the
Gupta family in 2016.
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