Cape Town - The National Conventional Arms Control Committee's (NCACC) Inspectorate has probed nearly 50 cases in the past six years, Justice Minister Jeff Radebe revealed on Tuesday.
In a written reply to a Parliamentary question, Radebe, who chairs the NCACC, detailed 48 cases referred to it since 2009.
Only two convictions had been secured, but took the form of plea agreements. One was in 2009.
“Controlled items were exported without NCACC authorisation. Imperial Armour (Pty) Ltd pleaded guilty and was fined R100 000 during 2012,” Radebe said.
The other case was reported in 2010.