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  • John Vorster was forced to become a non-executive president after the Muldergate scandal, and was succeed by P W Botha, who himself later left the office a "bitter, lonely man".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Broadcasting Corporation's television news department, had discovered his secretary was a police spy after the Muldergate scandal.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It began to use secret funds to break the boycott - as revealed in the Muldergate Scandal.

    CULTURAL BOYCOTT

  • I see the "Muldergate scandal," above all, as a tribute to the international campaign, and a sign of decadence in the apartheid regime.

    TWENTY YEARS OF THE BRITISH ANTI-APARTHEID MOVEMENT (1979)

  • In South Africa, Muldergate, (the Info "scandal") was only successful because it was prosecuted by a hostile media.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

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