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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”.
For asylum-seekers, imprisoned at Botswana’s Francistown Centre for Illegal Immigrants, assault and rape are part of the daily struggle to survive.
How professionals missed the colossal fraud at the heart of Oakbay’s listing.
Then came the Guptas.
Mining giants Alexkor and West Coast Resources have been using the potentially highly destructive ‘coffer dam mining’ method to mine diamonds.
On the eve of Lesotho’s highly contested 2015 elections Prime Minister Tom Thabane’s government signed away a diamond mine to a Gupta-linked company.
Tegeta threatens to shut down coal supply to Hendrina power station just as Eskom discovers thousands of tons of coal have gone ‘missing’.
A businessman claims that his company was used as a front for an entity allegedly close to Magashule to supply R9.5M worth of soccer regalia.
The leaks reveal further incidents where KPMG apparently failed to heed signs of financial wrongdoing in its audit of Gupta-owned companies.
Leaked emails show a questionable payment of R25-million to the controversial ANN7 news channel.