CAPE TOWN - Defence minister Thandi Modise is standing by her position that no arms were loaded on a Russian cargo vessel - the Lady R - when it docked at the Simon’s Town Naval base in December.
But she’s evaded a question on why the vessel didn’t dock in one of the country’s commercial harbours instead.
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