Peter Hain implicates UK law firm in state capture

Yesterday Lord Peter Hain delivered a deprecating speech in the House of Lords, taking a swipe at companies headquartered in the UK who he believes have aided and abetted money laundering, corruption and state capture in South Africa. Hain also accused International Law firm, Hogan Lovells for having spared two of the most notorious perpetrators of state capture in the country referring to SARS boss, Tom Moyane and his deputy, Jonas Makwakwa.

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