Andrew Feinstein Zumas nuclear obsession makes Arms Deals 300m rakeoff mere chump change
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Andrew Feinstein has come full circle - a young ANC Parliamentarian in South Africa's first democratically elected Government, he resigned and left the country after discovering his colleagues had accepted $300 in bribes for the country's unnecessary R70bn Arms Procurement Deal. But even those numbers are paltry compared with the plundering which will happen if President Jacob Zuma gets the implement his proposed nuclear power build programme. In this fascinating interview in London with's Alec Hogg, Feinstein tells us his journey from politician to investigator and now a best-selling author whose latest book has been turned into a 90 minute documentary by Hollywood star Danny Glover. Feinstein is using this movie to warn South Africans that their country's sovereignty is at risk - and unless they get into the streets to stop the nuclear build, as with the Arms Deal, they will repent at leisure. The interview starts with Feinstein answering a question on how well his first book sold - After The Party, his expose' of the Arms Deal.

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