Our challenge to the abuse of the state’s surveillance capacity is coming to a head.
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.
We have initiated public interest litigation challenging two Acts’ tax secrecy provisions.
The amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism has applied to join the legal fray between Cyril Ramaphosa and Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane over the president’s failure to declare very large donations received by the CR17 ANC election campaign.
AmaBhungane and Financial Mail join forces to take on corporate “cover-up”.
The ATI Network is a coalition of civil society and media organisations, who have since 2008 worked collaboratively to advance the constitutional right to information as provided for in the Promotion of Access to Information Act of 2000.
The constitution sets the bar, but can our spies and our state rise to the challenge?
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.
At the heart of the problem is the country’s main communication surveillance law, the Regulation of Interception of Communications Act (Rica).
AmaBhungane’s constitutional challenge to SA’s surveillance law RICA in court.
In written submissions, amaBhungane has urged parliament to amend the PIC Act to allow for public access to records of the PIC’s investment decisions.
The current Companies Amendment Bill revision offers an “ideal opportunity” to include a beneficial ownership disclosure.
Quintal is the Africa Program coordinator for the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) and an amaBhungane board member.
Media is now calling for greater transparency in the Political Party Funding Bill.
Judge Tati Makgoka of the high court in Pretoria described the DoD’s delays and failures to respond as “unpardonable’” and “unconscionable”.
Are MPs paying their fair share of tax?
PAIA is a powerful tool in the hands of investigative journalists, and the media in general.
Parliament’s energy portfolio committee briefing on the procurement of nuclear power stations will be open.
The amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism obtained two court judgments on Thursday, May 12, solidly reaffirming the public’s right to […]