More Suspensions Over Illegal Use of S Africa's Air Base

Five senior government officials and military personnel have been suspended over the unauthorised landing of a private chartered jet at the Waterkloof Air Force Base. Justice Minister Jeff Radebe made the annoucement at a media briefing adding that a preliminary probe had been conducted. A full investigation is under way. The Gupta family chartered jet has since been moved from the Waterkloof Air Force Base after widespread outrage about private use of a national key point.



  • Gupta Family Speaks Out

    Publication Date:
    2 May 2013

    The Gupta family, in the news for using the Waterkloof Airforce Base for landing a chartered plane with some 200 wedding guests, have reacted to media ... see more »

Aircraft parked at South Africa's Waterkloof Air force Base which is considered a national key point.




  • South Africa:   The Waterkloof Scandal

    COSATU, 1 May 2013

    The Congress of South African Trade Unions is shocked at the news that the Gupta family were allowed to land a plane carrying guests coming to a private family wedding at the… Read more »


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