Sound Africa | Mail & Guardian | 17 May 2018 | When apartheid ended, the big international companies and banks that helped the regime buy weapons illegally continued to do business with the new government. Until today, they have never been held accountable. This was the subject of the first People’s Tribunal on Economic Crime held in February this year.
In this episode, producer Neroli Price takes us to the tribunal and delves into the three corruption cases presented there from apartheid to state capture. Economic crime continues to cast a long shadow over South Africa, but luckily there are those prepared to dig up the past. This episode is made in collaboration with Open Secrets.