Analysis: Ayo’s last stand

Technology firm warns of its “imminent demise” if the PIC’s R4.3-billion claim succeeds – but finds it hard to answer some allegations.

Lesotho officials’ cannabis ‘conflict’

Ministry ‘knew nothing’ of their links with UK multinational.

How State Capture Inc funded the ANC

Regiments Capital’s attempts to convert its political connections into contracts shows how money subverted the party.

Advocacy: Q&A with AmaB’s Karabo Rajuili on party funding transparency

AmaBhungane advocacy coordinator Karabo Rajuili recently addressed the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) on draft regulations for the Political Party Funding Act. She focused on sections of the Act that impact the free flow of information and freedom of the media.

Analysis: Turmoil in Africa’s ‘model democracy’

Everywhere you look, there is back-stabbing, defections, grandstanding and chaos. Joel Konopo looks at the disjointed state of politics in Botswana as the election nears.

Analysis: The Public Projectile

The public protector has launched multiple warheads against President Cyril Ramaphosa and his allies. Are they on target?

Analysis: Tosaco, the deal that could sink Matjila

The PIC’s R1.8-billion loan to fund empowerment stakes in oil company Total was a good investment. So why does this deal keep coming back to bite former PIC boss Dan Matjila? Here are six reasons.

Cash cows and computers — Ace Magashule’s laptop deals with Guptas’ Vrede dairy man; Joemat-Pettersson’s Saxonwold meetings

#GuptaLeaks info implicates ANC secretary-general in a computer deal that ran parallel to the Vrede dairy scam — and suggests the then-national agriculture minister also played a role.