Angela Quintal

Advocacy: AmaBhungane condemns Tanzanian authorities’ harassment and detention of Angela Quintal and her CPJ colleague, Muthoki Mumo  

Quintal is the Africa Program coordinator for the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) and an amaBhungane board member.

Plum tax contract for Sars chief's nephew

Advocacy: AmaB approaches Nugent on Sars using tax law against journalists

Press release.

Advocacy: Media welcome Constitutional Court ruling on party funding

Media is now calling for greater transparency in the Political Party Funding Bill.

Advocacy: AmaB wins access to information battle over Gupta Waterkloof landing

Advocacy: AmaB wins access to information battle over Gupta Waterkloof landing

Judge Tati Makgoka of the high court in Pretoria described the DoD’s delays and failures to respond as “unpardonable’” and “unconscionable”.

Advocacy: AmaB challenges snooping law

Advocacy: AmaB challenges snooping law

Press Release

Advocacy: amaBhungane joins international campaign for politicians' tax transparency

Advocacy: amaBhungane joins international campaign for politicians’ tax transparency

Are MPs paying their fair share of tax?

Advocacy: Report shows continued non-compliance with PAIA

Advocacy: Report shows continued non-compliance with PAIA

PAIA is a powerful tool in the hands of investigative journalists, and the media in general.

Advocacy Update: Victory for amaB and civil society in push for nuclear transparency

Advocacy Update: Victory for amaB and civil society in push for nuclear transparency

Parliament’s energy portfolio committee briefing on the procurement of nuclear power stations will be open.

Advocacy: Courts hand two info rights victories to amaB in a day                                amaBhungane has obtained two court judgments that solidly reaffirms the public's right to know and journalists’ right and duty to publish information.

Advocacy: Courts hand two info rights victories to amaB in a day

The amaBhungane Centre for Investigative Journalism obtained two court judgments on Thursday, May 12, solidly reaffirming the public’s right to know and journalists’ right and duty to research and publish […]

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

Advocacy: Company shareholders’ information: Privacy vs public’s right to information

A potentially precedent-setting ­dispute on the right to access information on unlisted firms’ shareholdings came before the Supreme Court of Appeal.

Unqualified public access to the ownership of companies is a vital tool in the fight against corruption

Advocacy: Unqualified public access to the ownership of companies is a vital tool in the fight against corruption, and is vital to upholding transparency.

AmaBhungane joins Supreme Court appeal for company ownership transparency.

DoE claims nuke procurement details classified

Advocacy: DoE claims nuke procurement details classified

Advocacy: Energy department refuses access-to-info request; amaBhungane to appeal

New call to lift veil on IGI appointment

Advocacy: New call to lift veil on IGI appointment

Advocacy: AmaB and partners urge spy watchdog selection be restarted in full view of public

Victory for open justice

Advocacy: Victory for open justice

AmaBhungane hails supreme court judgment on right to access court records

Advocacy: AmaBhungane joins open justice challenge

Advocacy: AmaBhungane joins open justice challenge

Civil society organisations have intervened in a court dispute in order to protect people’s right to access South African court records

Missing Zimbabwe election documents

Advocacy: Missing Zimbabwe election documents, missing accountability

The loss of the Khampepe report is a high-profile instance of what is becoming a common occurrence in our courts and in government departments.

AmaBhungane's current Nkandla court efforts explained

Advocacy: AmaBhungane’s current Nkandla court efforts explained

In an interview with Dagbreek amaBhungane’s advocacy co-ordinator explains the status of our legal battles to gain access to Nkandla-related documents

High court orders CSR E-loco to reveal tender details

Advocacy: High court orders CSR E-loco to reveal tender details

A high court order in favour of M&G’s investigative centre amaBhungane has beaten down CSR E-loco’s attempt to dilute corporate transparency.

The dangers of criminalising defamation

Advocacy: The dangers of criminalising defamation

The recent conviction of a journalist shows how the law can be used to muzzle freedom of expression.

ConCourt: Likely next step for secrecy Bill

Advocacy: ConCourt: Likely next step for secrecy Bill

Three years later, the Protection of State Information Act is vastly better than when it was tabled but it still does not pass constitutional muster.