Decision not to prosecute raises new questions about abuse of state resources in deputy minister’s feud.
Our challenge to the abuse of the state’s surveillance capacity is coming to a head.
Iqbal Survé’s embattled businesses have quietly redirected money scored from the PIC, apparently to pay Independent newspapers’ staff, pay off luxury properties and channel millions to an ostensibly “unrelated” company whose directors give their addresses as one of his apartments.
A veteran public protector official is the latest to make damning disclosures over Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s conduct. She has repeatedly dismissed such allegations as the ramblings of disaffected staff – and did so again in this case.
Were political supporters favoured in a deal that was pushed through despite red flags?
Lesotho ministry of finance cancels R2.45-billion funding deal and slams obscure South African financier.
Moneylender caught up in SA’s state capture inquiry is behind controversial Lesotho loan.
Supplying protective clothing to the Community Work Programme is big business. In the Eastern Cape, it appears, nepotism rules.
We’re not taking sides in the dispute between the president and the public protector. But the gaping hole in the transparency fence must be fixed.