Weapons Probe Clears South African Politicians, OfficialsBy
Judicial commission finds weapons purchase was justified
Anti-arms campaigner calls commission's findings `whitewash'
A South African panel that spent four years investigating allegations of corruption linked to about 46.7 billion rand’s ($3.3 billion) worth of weapons purchased in the late 1990s found no evidence of wrongdoing by politicians or government officials.
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