NOTES: Arms-deal muck

Lieutenant General Lambert Moloi of the SANDF is also a director of state-owned arms manufacturer Denel. He is chairman of Schabir Shaik’s controversial company African Defence Systems (ADS) as well, and, of course, brother-in-law of the late great Joe Modise, minister of defence at the time when everything that matters on the arms acquisition front was happening.

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