Regiments Capital’s attempts to convert its political connections into contracts shows how money subverted the party.
An investigation into the death of a local fisherman in El Estor came to a standstill as authorities turned their attention to the journalist who captured the man’s final moments.
Since 2009, at least 13 journalists have been killed globally after working on environment-related stories, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists. There may be as many as 29 cases. CPJ is still investigating 16 additional deaths.
Malawian students complain of language headaches, inflation of grades and lack of academic freedom while studying on Chinese government scholarships.
Of the 133 companies hired to carry out various projects related to the rural water programme were operations linked to the Alliance of Democrats (AD) — a key member of the Lesotho’s ruling coalition.
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.
Leaked messages show how a little-known businessman, Lawrence Mulaudzi, gained an inside track with the PIC and its then-CEO, Dan Matjila, setting his sights on becoming a billionaire with pensioners’ money.
Dubai firm embroiled in fresh controversy over high contract price, alleged contact with ruling party.
Former SA president Kgalema Motlanthe and ex-ANC treasurer-general Matthews Phosa are members of the Brazzaville Foundation’s advisory board.
An investigation that began with an obscure Limpopo game farm has uncovered a shadowy international network of proxies, offshore firms and shelf companies concealing the Saudi royal family’s wealth.
A series of cryptic messages suggest that EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambvu used his political profile for financial gain.
A YouTube video reveals the extravagance of the self-exiled family’s latest wedding, in the United Arab Emirates.
Did companies associated with the erstwhile Free State strongman have a stranglehold on provincial contracts? New data suggests some did.
What’s behind the fallout between Robert McBride and Bheki Cele – and the ANC? McBride’s testimony at the Zondo commission will answer some questions, but the back story goes back more than a decade.
Police are deployed in their hundreds to guard the Malawi president’s huge motorcade – and they can stand for up to 16 hours without being fed.
Is it aid for desperate Diepsloot businesses — or a R1-billion stalking-horse for a rich developer?
An audio recording of a meeting between MEC Faith Mazibuko and her staff raises questions about electioneering and its influence on tender processes.
Efforts to curb deforestation in Namibia are facing opposition from influential politicians with vested interests in the local forestry industry.
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.
Claims by Czech criminal Radovan Krejcir show how the parallel power struggle of the Western Cape police services and the province’s underworld is rooted in the unfinished business of politicised police factions at a national level.
Cape Town gangs are fighting each other. So what’s new? Cape Town police are also fighting – and the two battles are disturbingly intertwined.