Ability to protect sources is crucial to exposing corruption, says the M&G.
The company at the centre of South Africa's prison corruption scandal is closely connected to powerful individuals on the political landscape.
The head of security for the 2010 Fifa World Cup is taking the back seat -- literally -- after pleading guilty to driving drunk.
The Mail & Guardian follows up on the findings of contract irregularities by the Auditor General.
Bosasa lavished flights and luxury hotel stays on former prisons boss Linda Mti -- while it landed prisons contracts worth more than R1-billion.
What do Jacob Zuma, lion feeder Mark Scott-Crossley and Linda Mti have in common?
Football fans visiting South Africa for the Soccer World Cup could be excused if they take the country's drunk driving laws with a pinch of salt.
The M&G previously reported that Bosasa is under investigation by the SIU for alleged tender fraud relating to DCS contracts.
South African high flyers are known to love their drink; how some of them handle it is a different story.
Huge gaps in the state's case against 2010 Soccer World Cup head of security Linda Mti have raised concerns that his trial was "cooked".
Linda Mti, the chief security officer for the 2010 Soccer World Cup was acquitted on drunken-driving charges in the Hillbrow Magistrate's Court on Thursday.