#Guptaleaks: How Gupta companies faked their way around visa restrictions

Two senior Gupta employees sidestepped red tape to employ foreign labour at the expense of South African jobseekers.

China’s rural power grab

Dubious procurement, inflated costs, wasted millions and rumours of corruption — we lay bare the reality of how a project meant to overhaul Mashishing’s electrical infrastructure turned bad.

Open investigation: Steinhoff

We need your help with our investigation into the global retailer’s financial collapse – were you there?

Guptas siphoned R100m-plus from China loan, evidence shows

In July, President Cyril Ramaphosa announced that Eskom had secured a $2.5-billion loan from a Chinese state bank. The last time this bank lent money to one of our state-owned entities, the Guptas got rich.

Lesotho PM faces probe over Gupta mining links

Fractures weaken Lesotho’s ruling party

News analysis.

Malawi’s commercial banks’ role in ‘Cashgate’ must be investigated

Third-ranked Zimbabwe bidder wins tender to provide anti-corruption software in Malawi

Malawi’s Parliament’s budget and finance committee has strongly criticised both the long delay in the procurement of anti-corruption software and the sudden engagement of Twenty Third Century Systems.

Billions blown but buses remain bogged down

After seven years of development and a fortune spent, the Ekurhuleni BRT system is in disarray. The municipality is only now scrambling to find out what went wrong.

King Mswati is said to owe millions

Swaziland’s name change challenged in court

The court challenges comes after King Mswati announced in April that Swaziland would be called eSwatini.