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From today the trove of emails will be accessible to other journalists for an opportunity to collaborate and expose the full extent of wrongdoing.
The likes of Spar, Illovo Sugar and several South African banks have been named in the leaked trove of financial records.
Shanduka got involved in an energy project that turned out to be a real tangle, with Appleby red-flagging a couple of the players along the way.
Tax leaks reveal the pharmaceutical giant owns 71 offshore companies, all registered in low-tax Mauritius.
Tax leaks reveal how the South African retailer set-up an offshore company in the Isle of Man last year.
The low-tax island has emerged as a key hub in offshore business dealings with Africa.
What you need to know about the latest tax haven leak.
‘Offshore magic circle’ law firm has record of compliance failures that have now been exposed by huge data leak.
The leaked trove of documents, dubbed the Paradise Papers, provides insight into the mechanics of the global shadow economy.
Top law firms helped the iPhone maker – and other multinationals – to navigate tax avoidance strategies around the world.
A leaked government audit report suggests that bank employees colluded with local council members to cover-up suspected fraud.
Nike’s tax planning exemplifies how adept multinationals can be at staying ahead of the game.
Data in the tax leak dates from 1950 to 2016 and includes emails, and loan agreements, from more than 25,000 entities in 180 countries.
Eskom’s chief procurement officer issued a ‘letter of support’ allegedly after receiving “an executive request” from someone higher up the ranks.
We have amended an earlier article to take account of information supplied after publication.
Eskom signed a consulting contract with McKinsey despite five different legal opinions warning that the contract was probably illegal.
We show how R30-million flowed from Regiments Capital, McKinsey’s local partner on Transnet contracts, to companies with links to the Guptas.
A preliminary government report has found that the judiciary is coughing up six times the monthly housing allowance to rent the luxury pad.
The awarding of a three-year security contract has been repeatedly stalled since it was first advertised in 2004.