Health and emergency workers are on the front line of the Covid-19 war, but there have been reports that many go into battle with inadequate personal protective equipment. Nationally, hundreds have been infected. We investigated the situation on the ground in Ekurhuleni.
Before Covid-19 lockdown South Africa’s personal protective equipment manufacturers exported masks like there was no tomorrow, contributing to the current shortage.
From Putin, Trump and Zuma directly to your screen – or via a myriad of intermediaries – the goal is the same: influence. In this multi-part series we explore how disinformation and propaganda flood our timelines and unmask some of the players involved.
National treasury has deemed a controversial City of Johannesburg fleet contract “irregular”, instructing that it should be cancelled and subjected to a forensic investigation.
There are questions about the overlapping political and corporate relationships of a forensic firm she appointed.
In separate affidavits, the heads of two water utilities allege that the human settlements, water and sanitation minister is behind a campaign to oust them.
Government’s major stimulus measures rely on the financial sector – banks in particular – to support real economic activity in exchange for unprecedented (temporary) deregulation and other support. How’s that working out so far?
Fraudsters claiming to be health department officials are peddling tenders for a non-existent sanitiser machine.
It takes less than a weekend for a blocked website to reinvent itself and go after the same target audience.