After the vague and worrying policy on phone-tracking, officials have tightened the regulations significantly. But let’s see what comes out of the oven.
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 […]
A potentially precedent-setting dispute on the right to access information on unlisted firms’ shareholdings came before the Supreme Court of Appeal.
AmaBhungane joins Supreme Court appeal for company ownership transparency.
Advocacy: Energy department refuses access-to-info request; amaBhungane to appeal
Advocacy: AmaB and partners urge spy watchdog selection be restarted in full view of public
AmaBhungane hails supreme court judgment on right to access court records
Civil society organisations have intervened in a court dispute in order to protect people’s right to access South African court records
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.
In an interview with Dagbreek amaBhungane’s advocacy co-ordinator explains the status of our legal battles to gain access to Nkandla-related documents
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 recent conviction of a journalist shows how the law can be used to muzzle freedom of expression.
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.
MGCIJ shares South Africans’ widespread dismay at the National Assembly’s adoption of the Protection of State Information Bill (The Secrecy Bill).
Long-running Promotion of Access to Information (Paia) request heads to court.
Loopholes in draft legislation would give intelligence agencies a backdoor to your communications, no judicial oversight required.
Nxesi ignored 30-day deadline to respond to Promotion of Access to Information Act appeal for Nkandla info.