Before Covid-19 lockdown South Africa’s personal protective equipment manufacturers exported masks like there was no tomorrow, contributing to the current shortage.
Questions have been raised about SABC chairperson Ben Ngubane’s role in lobbying for the adoption of Japanese digital broadcasting technology.
Agriculture Minister Tina Joemat-Pettersson flexed her muscles to push for the import of antelope for a company linked to an aide’s boyfriend.
New twist in mining saga as questionable link to diamond project emerges.
In the last of a three-part series on South Africa’s striptease subculture, we look at the Survivor winner’s Lollipop Lounge.
The LOC of the 2010 Fifa World Cup is “too busy organising the World Cup” to provide the M&G with copies of tender documents.
Lazarus Zim, chair of Kumba Iron Ore, is tied to the main shareholder of the BEE company that snaffled rights worth billions from under Kumba’s nose.
Tensions are running high in Cape Town over the city’s apparent relocation of poor and homeless people to Blikkiesdorp on the Cape Flats.
Embattled mining company Aurora Empowerment Systems this week booted out their controversial advisers and consultants, the Bhana family.
Former crime intelligence boss Mulangi Mphego is key to top-secret leaks that that scuttled President Jacob Zuma’s corruption trial.
Strip-club owner and Lolly Jackson’s arch-rival Andrew Phillips condemned Jackson as a “thug”, but his own business requires closer scrutiny.
Former prosecutions boss Vusi Pikoli has no desire to “rule from the grave”, but is concerned about developments at the NPA.
President Jacob Zuma’s son, Duduzane, has emerged as one of the buyers of a uranium mining company, amid claims that Zuma intervened in the project.
The net tightens around embattled empowerment company Aurora as it struggles to hold on to the liquidated Pamodzi Gold mines in Springs and Orkney.
In a major public rebuke, President Jacob Zuma has told his prosecutions boss, Menzi Simelane, to stop his controversial restructuring of the NPA.
The criminal case against former police crime intelligence head Mulangi Mphego has been struck off the roll.
Teazers kingpin Lolly Jackson built an empire on the back of the strip-club industry and the way he went about it was as unethical as they come.
Is it a coincidence that, after two high-profile murders, the individuals involved phoned police commissioners to tell them about it?
Simelane removes top prosecutor from key probes, citing the ‘interests of justice’.
The last hours of Lolly Jackson’s life involved a booze-fuelled meeting with his alleged killer, George Smith, which ended in bullets and tears.
Jackie Selebi’s defence team closed its case in the South Gauteng High Court on Friday morning.
Gauteng head of crime intelligence, Joey Mabasa, told the M&G that George Smith called him to allegedly admit to the killing of Lolly Jackson.