Special Report: SA's explosive spy cables
As Denel was busy putting the finishing touches to its R200 million Mokopa missile, a senior technician at the state arms manufacturer was finalising plans to sell the designs on the black market.
At least four senior intelligence agents have allegedly been removed from their posts in Africa because their cover has ‘been blown’ by spy cables.
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