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Lionel Faull

Lionel Faull

Lionel is a reporter at the Mail & Guardian Centre for Investigative Journalism, Amabhungane.
    In rural Kenya, camel clinics bring much needed care to those who need it
    In rural Kenya, camel clinics bring much needed care to those who need it
    Healthcare for Kenya's semi-nomadic communities comes in an unlikely form of camels, who carry medicine to the country's most remote villages.
    Panama leaks unveil Porritt's secret web
    Panama leaks unveil Porritt's secret web
    A vast global data leak has shed new light on one of SA's most notorious corporate scandals - that which surrounds KZN farmer-accountant Gary Porritt.
    Fallout from nuclear tender meltdown
    Fallout from nuclear tender meltdown
    Eskom’s "irrational and unlawful" nuclear tender process means it will have to reconsider the issue yet again
    Fallout from nuclear tender meltdown
    Fallout from nuclear tender meltdown
    Eskom’s "irrational and unlawful" nuclear tender process means it will have to reconsider the issue yet again
    Molefe's 'stale' new Eskom mix
    Molefe's 'stale' new Eskom mix
    The new top leadership at Eskom is experienced, but doubts remain about several controversial appointments.
    Scandal-plagued Eskom executives retained, promoted
    Scandal-plagued Eskom executives retained, promoted
    The new top leadership at Eskom is experienced, but doubts remain about several controversial appointments.
    Nuclear storm brews as board tries to oust energy chief
    Nuclear storm brews as board tries to oust energy chief
    Necsa faces a leadership crisis at the precise moment the government is on the cusp of issuing the main tender for the nuclear build project.
    Nuke plan: 50 shades of arms deal
    Nuke plan: 50 shades of arms deal
    Atomic Tina Joemat-Pettersson and her team are rushing the nuclear deal but the fallout spells disaster.
    Putin's lobolo may seal nuke deal
    Putin's lobolo may seal nuke deal
    Five countries are vying for the lucrative nuclear contract but Russia looks like the successful suitor.
    Eskom chiefs put on ice by gatvol board
    Eskom chiefs put on ice by gatvol board
    And the Cabinet’s ‘war room’ has lost patience with the utility’s handling of the crisis it faces.
    Jobs for pals at state nuclear firm
    Jobs for pals at state nuclear firm
    A whistle-blower has claimed that the South African Nuclear Energy Corporation created a job for the chief executive's wife, Ngeniswa Tyobeka.