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Debswana blames late MD for P110m spying debt

INSET: Albert Milton

A lawyer representing Debswana in the infamous ‘Debswana spygate’ case says his client never had any agreement with Infotrac, the aggrieved intelligence services company.

Attorney John Carr-Hartley told a Gaborone High Court at the commencement of the case this week that whatever spying agreement Infotrac had, was between them and the late Managing Director (MD) Albert Milton in his personal capacity and not Debswana.

The trial began with former Permanent Secretary to the President (PSP) Carter Morupisi who testified that he was a board member at Debswana and that at some point the MD of...

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