No surprise as Seriti gives arms deal a clean bill of health

22 April 2016 - 02:20 By The Times Editorial

It came as no surprise that Mr Justice Willie Seriti's commission of inquiry found no wrong in the arms deal procurement process. It was even less surprising that those prominent figures on the political landscape who had been implicated in the multibillion-rand scandal celebrated the findings yesterday and declared that accusations against them had been based on lies and newspaper innuendo.

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