Who got the arms deal gold?


Who got the arms deal gold?

International auditing firm KPMG is in possession of a potentially explosive top secret list said to include the names of government ministers who allegedly stood to profit from a gold “offset” project linked to the arms deal.

Ministers were involved in shell companies, gold chains were exported and then melted down at the other end and the gold sold.

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Keywords:
Kpmg
Vusi Pikoli
Offset Deals
Gold Scam
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British Aerospace
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Submitted by : MICHAEL HARRIS of SAXONWOLD on 2010-10-23 10:01:53
Dear Mr nose,
The words 'the list' also came up when FirstRand/FNB/Ansbacher were being Investigate by noseweek and then by SARS. In the case of this bank there were in fact two 'lists' - the one with the names of 'small fish' on it that the bank were happy to supply to the Police/SARS, and the other with the names of 'big fish' on it, including cc's/trusts where the bank were more secretive. Is there a sinsiter connection between these 'lists' that this bank has and the 'lists' that are referred to in the article above ? Is the common demoninator the people/cc's/trusts who are on the bank 'list' and the people/cc's/trusts who are on the Harmmony/SARM 'list' ? Please Investigate further Mr nose and let us know. Thank you. Michael.
 
Submitted by : Anthony Krijger of Westville on 2008-12-01 04:35:53
How strange that Harmony can lose R200 million and shrug it off without investigating this further. So much for world-wide FICA! I can't buy a packet of peanuts from a bank without producing endless documentation.
 
Submitted by : Heather Cassingham of Cape Town on 2008-11-25 19:56:56
Please Nose, tell us that you have "the list" and make sure your bodyguards are in place.
Jenny
Durban

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