The political scientist, anti-corruption researcher, and journalist Hennie van Vuuren reads from his book Apartheid Guns and Money. It describes how the white minority regime in South Africa kept itself alive when it came under increasing pressure in the 1970s and 1980s. In an interview with Jo Lang, a former member of the National Council and critic of Zug’s commodity multinationals, van Vuuren discusses Switzerland’s ties to apartheid and how they persist in corrupt structures to this day.