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Jan 31, 2014
EXPORT MODEL An artist’s impression of the Kondor-E
The Kondor radar surveillance satellite designed and built by the Russian company NPO Mashinostroyenia (NPO Mash) that was launched into orbit in June last year and which has been linked in the South African media to South Africa’s Project Flute, reportedly started...
Jan 20, 2014
An artist's impression of a Kondor radar surveillance satellite in orbit
The Kondor radar surveillance satellite designed and built by the Russian company NPO Mashinostroyenia (NPO Mash) that was launched into orbit in June last year and which has been linked in the South African media to South Africa’s Project Flute, reportedly started...
Jan 20, 2014
There were many unanswered questions about a satellite reportedly commissioned eight years ago under the title "Project Flute", the DA said on Sunday. "It is time, after more than eight years and R1-billion, for government to provide some straight answers about...
Jul 10, 2012
The Department of International Relations has confirmed it is investigating allegations that the former ambassador to Iran, Yusuf Salojee, accepted payments from MTN. The statement by Minister Maite Nkoana-Mashabane, in reply to a Parliamentary question released on...
Jun 07, 2012
JSE-listed group MTN’s former CEO, Phuthuma Nhleko, reaffirmed on Wednesday evening that no bribes were approved or paid under his watch to secure a mobile licence in Iran. His response comes as reports surfaced that the Directorate for Priority Crime...
Jun 05, 2012
The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (DPCI), also known as the Hawks, has launched a formal investigation into allegations that JSE-listed MTN had engaged in corrupt conduct to obtain a mobile licence in Iran. “We have considered the allegations and...
Jun 01, 2012
Details of the investment credits awarded to the various international companies which supplied major systems to South Africa under the strategic defence re-equipment programme started in the late 1990s have recently been made public. These details are contained in a...
Nov 04, 2011
Two opposition parties have demanded an explanation from Defence Minister Lindiwe Sisulu for the sudden resignation of two senior defence officials.
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