TOM EATON | Undisclosed report on Lady R offers food for thought

The cloak and dagger nature of the Russian cargo ship’s visit to Simon’s Town doesn’t translate to stocking up food supplies

10 August 2023 - 21:20

The DA still wants the details of the state’s investigation into the Lady R to be made public, but I for one am completely convinced, since I can imagine loads of legitimate reasons why a civilian ship delivering legally purchased ammunition and picking up food might need to do it secretly, at night, in a military base, with its tracking system switched off. ..

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