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.
Capturing an Indian aviation company.
Revealed: What the Guptas did to earn their kickbacks.
Three senior SAP executives resign leaving #GuptaLeaks investigation with more questions than answers.
The focus on a breakthrough African satellite project has turned to the shady tax structuring of the companies behind it.
A break-in at the INK Centre for investigative Journalism points to a growing trend of official harassment of independent media in Botswana.
Since it bought a controlling stake in Lesotho Flour Mills for $10m in 1998, US-based Seaboard Overseas and Trading Group has not paid a dividend.
It appears that the company’s management has followed the example set by the controversial Gupta brothers and bolted for India.
In January members of the South African police found dagga worth R5-million hidden in a truck that belongs to the deputy minister’s husband.
An opposition politician has called for an investigation into alleged “collusion/collaboration” linked to the Guptas’ acquisition of mining rights.
AmaBhungane has confirmed that Optimum Coal Mine, Koornfontein Mines and Optimum Coal Terminal have been placed into business rescue.
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Evidence that the state’s legal adviser improperly acted for multinational Raiply Malawi highlights concerns over the company’s influence.
Asking questions about the Free State dairy farm project came at a price for two whistleblowers – one lost his life and another suffered harassment.
An investigation suggests the church’s St John of God order covered up Brother Aidan Clohessy’s continued involvement with children in Malawi.
An investigation reveals a long list of potential violations, and an apparent disregard for banking ethics and regulations by BoB’s executives.
Cash-strapped Necsa has set its sights on a subsidiary’s rainy day fund despite the subsidiary, NTP Radioisotopes’s own need for the cash.
Local media collaboration showed the value of journalists co- operating across commercially and personally competitive boundaries.
The Guptas chartered Cricket World Cup flights and bankrolled a luxury hotel stay for the family of Kapil Sibal.
The network reaches back to the UK.
The Guptas used an international network of scrap metal dealers to launder hundreds of millions in kickbacks between China, India, UAE and SA.
Residents have accused private guards hired by the municipality of failing to act against those responsible for killings and of “spying for hit men”.