'I was like a scientist working on a cure for Aids' says Wouter Basson

17 January 2016 - 02:04

Apartheid's most notorious doctor, Wouter Basson, has compared his leading role in South Africa's chemical warfare programme - which earned him the title Dr Death in some quarters - to that of a scientist seeking an Aids cure. "I don't understand what the noise is all about. I had nothing to do with apartheid," Basson, 65, told the Sunday Times in an interview this week.

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