Arms deal campaigner Terry Crawford-Browne will closely watch inquiry
16 September 2011
Businessman Terry Crawford-Browne, believes his Constitutional Court challenge forced President Jacob Zuma to announce an inquiry.
Browne has for years been leading the fight to have alleged corruption in South Africa’s multi-billion-Rands arms deal investigated
Government has agreed to pay Crawford-Browne’s costs.
His legal counsel Paul Hoffman says they will closely watch the inquiry to ensure that there is no attempt to distort the truth.