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.
The party of liberation appears to have bought into the fake politics of paid Twitter, an amaBhungane investigation has found.
AmaBhungane managing partner responds to personal attacks from Independent Newspapers boss Iqbal Survé and his Business Report editor, Adri Senekal-De Wet.
The current Companies Amendment Bill revision offers an “ideal opportunity” to include a beneficial ownership disclosure.
A leaked letter shows that Zambia’s medicines regulator knew of potentially dangerous levels of anti-impotence drug Viagra in a Zambian-made energy drink.
While the Guptas’ former mine workers go unpaid, the family – sitting safe in Dubai – is defiantly going ahead with another over-the-top wedding.
Health minister Chitalu Chilufya fired two members of the Health Professions Council of Zambia allegedly because the oversight body’s threats to shut down government hospitals — for major violations — is undermining the ruling party’s popularity with voters.
The signs are that like the recently constructed King Mswati III Airport, the ICC complex — built for an AU summit unlikely to happen — will turn out to be a facility eSwatini neither needs nor can afford.
The PIC commission of inquiry has already cast doubt on the decision to put pensions money at the disposal of Iqbal Survé’s Sekunjalo group. And it’s only just begun.
One of the crimes of the Zuma era was the wholesale politicisation and abuse of the intelligence services. Now the man tasked with watching the spooks is pushing back.
High-profile arrest comes against the backdrop of a struggle between the president and his predecessor.
We are looking for a new beetle to join our team.
International locomotive manufacturers and consulting companies in rail utility’s sights.
AmaBhungane was tracking the Guptas long before “state capture” became part of the SA lexicon and before the #GuptaLeaks — since 2010 to be precise. See our archive of our work on the Gupta family and their relationship with former president Jacob Zuma.
The chief executive of eSwatini’s National Agricultural Marketing Board, which controls the importation of maize and maize meal into eSwatini (formerly Swaziland), has a stake in a maize business, an amaBhungane investigation has revealed.
Manuel Chang has been implicated in an international corruption scandal and was arrested by SAPS last month.
In December, the US Department of Justice indicted three former Credit Suisse bankers for their role in bringing Mozambique’s economy to its knees. State-owned entities drowning in billions of dollars in debt, bloated infrastructure projects, kickbacks paid into UAE bank accounts, and government guarantees imperilling the entire economy: if any of this sounds familiar, keep reading.
We bring you the year’s heroes and zeros.
A leaked letter makes damning allegations regarding the company’s corporate governance issues, including “a lack of professionalism”.
For more than a decade, financial services firm Regiments has managed billions on behalf of the City of Johannesburg. It is one of the city’s most lucrative but controversial contracts. New evidence shows that Regiments paid a top ANC leader millions to smooth its way.
An amaBhungane investigation shows that before controversially winning a mega-deal from the city, a fleet firm made payments to a company whose account was used for the benefit of Julius Malema and his party.
Jewel in the Gupta crown slips away.