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Arms Deal Seminar with the ISS at the Book Lounge

ISS GovernanceHere is the invitation to an arms-deal seminar in Cape Town which I will participate in – and which couldn’t have been timelier, given recent developments. If you want to know more about South Africa’s arms deal, please RSVP using the information below.

After Polokwane – Is the end of the arms deal saga in sight?

The allegation of corruption surrounding the multi-billion rand South African arms deal continues almost ten years after the contracts were concluded.

Investigations by State agencies and the media have fingered senior leaders in government and business. The fallout has proven divisive with the ruling party, leading to bruising battles between the institutions of state and fuelling public perceptions of political corruption. Following the ANC Polokwane conference power has shifted in Luthuli House with the ascendancy of Jacob Zuma as President, himself implicated in charges of corruption related to the arms deal.

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London Book Launch of After the Party at Foyles

After the Party London Launch Invite

I’m pleased to invite Londoners to the UK launch of After the Party on 28 February at Foyles. (Full details below.)

For those wishing to know more about the book, these links should prove of interest:

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Welcome to Andrew Feinstein’s Blog

Andrew FeinsteinGreetings readers and welcome to my blog.

Since After the Party‘s publication earlier this month (see launch coverage), I have been overwhelmed by the response – and have never been so busy. I’d like to take this chance to thank my friends and supporters, who’ve been with me every step of the way during this whirlwind experience, and all those who purchase and read the book. I could not have imagined that it would meet with such a reception.

Upcoming events on the book tour include a discussion with the community forum Living Newspaper, at the Marais Road Synagogue centre in Sea Point, Cape Town. It’s this Tuesday, 13 November, at 8pm and all are welcome. Perhaps I’ll see you there.


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