Rare Namibian hardwood trees face the chop

Efforts to curb deforestation in Namibia are facing opposition from influential politicians with vested interests in the local forestry industry.

Krejcir’s ‘dirty’ police network

SAPS Wars Part 2: It ain’t over till the fat Czech sings

Claims by Czech criminal Radovan Krejcir show how the parallel power struggle of the Western Cape police services and the province’s underworld is rooted in the unfinished business of politicised police factions at a national level.

SAPS Wars Part 1: The blurry blue line between the cops and the Cape underworld

Cape Town gangs are fighting each other. So what’s new? Cape Town police are also fighting – and the two battles are disturbingly intertwined.

ANC gambles on Twitter influencers

The party of liberation appears to have bought into the fake politics of paid Twitter, an amaBhungane investigation has found.

Comment: Sam Sole sets the record straight

AmaBhungane managing partner responds to personal attacks from Independent Newspapers boss Iqbal Survé and his Business Report editor, Adri Senekal-De Wet.

Company shareholders' information: Privacy vs public's right to information

Advocacy: A call for disclosure of beneficial owners 

The current Companies Amendment Bill revision offers an “ideal opportunity” to include a beneficial ownership disclosure.

‘Stiff drink’ scandal hits Zambia

A leaked letter shows that Zambia’s medicines regulator knew of potentially dangerous levels of anti-impotence drug Viagra in a Zambian-made energy drink.

Guptas drop millions on double wedding

While the Guptas’ former mine workers go unpaid, the family – sitting safe in Dubai – is defiantly going ahead with another over-the-top wedding.