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.
Records show how Regiments Capital passed more than half of its consulting fees from Transnet, SAA and Denel contracts to Gupta and Essa fronts.
North West contractors who were meant to benefit from a public works scheme were left stranded and in debt when it fell apart after just 6-months.
A trail left by Salim Essa led us to a group of businessmen who claim their community has shunned them because of their Gupta-association.
We investigate the role of wealthy local businessmen in driving rhino poaching in Namibia.
Millions of leaked records highlight damning cases of tax abuse involving multinational companies, high level politicians and even royals.
Tax advisers at ENSafrica sold tycoon Wiese a lemon — one that now implicates him in what Sars has described as an elaborate “tax evasion” scheme.
A highly favourable lease signed by Namibia’s current vice-president, Nangolo Mbumba, is at the heart of an ownership battle.
Newly-leaked documents show that the software giant knew it was dealing with the Guptas more than a year before the #GuptaLeaks allegations emerged
A lack of clarity from directors of an opaque British-registered company has raised more questions over its colonial-era land holdings.
Whistleblowers have accused the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation of sidelining qualified staff in favour of inexperienced technicians.
A lifeline to the driest parts of SA’s north west has been wracked by allegations of tender fraud, leading to the suspension of two of its officials.
Analysis: How the Transnet locomotive acquisition went from R38.6bn to R54.5bn.
Evidence now shows that Salim Essa helped two locomotive manufacturers to secure benefit in the largest locomotive acquisition in Transnet’s history.
A deal between Namibia’s state-owned fishing corporation and a foreign company contradicts a commitment to “Namibianise” the industry critics say.
Ayo claimed to have had commitments worth R5.3-billion from investors – but did they?
A R4-billion Public Investment Corporation investment could be wiped out as Texan oil firm files for bankruptcy.
Two weeks ago Nkonki’s CEO resigned after we revealed that Gupta lieutenant Salim Essa funded his buyout of the firm. Now we explore Eskom’s role.
The intended listing of Sagarmatha Technologies was a mirror image of a deal in which the PIC was used to massively underwrite the Survé fortune.
Mismanagement and dodgy contracts at Joburg city’s roads agency, and a lack of political will to tackle those problems, are only making matters worse.
Basotho companies claim they are being prejudiced and want the high court to intervene.
Hundreds of poor black families, stripped of their landowning rights by colonialism and apartheid, have been evicted from Joburg’s suburb of Fourways.