Gcina Ntsaluba

Gcina Ntsaluba works from Johannesburg. Investigative journalist, Researcher, Writer

Post-Brexit, SA has an ideal opportunity to rethink its links with the UK and China

South Africa can trade on the current economic and political malaise to re-establish its industrial prowess

Was Roger Kebble haunted by the pain of injustice?

In 2010, Brett Kebble's father bemoaned the lack of action taken against his son's killers in an interview with the M&G.

Arms deal probe (2000-2010)

The arms deal investigation is dead. After a decade of investigators' blood, sweat and tears, Hawks boss Anwa Dramat has effectively buried the probe.

How SA company oiled Iran’s war machine

A company co-owned by a close aide to PW Botha helped Iran evade American sanctions by sneaking a James Bond-style speedboat through South Africa.

Not yet uhuru in the Richtersveld

In 2007 the Northern Cape's Richtersveld community won its celebrated case to secure reparations for the diamond fields it lost in colonial times.

Mystery of Aurora corpses

Uncertainty shrouds the cause of death of four men -- allegedly illegal miners -- whose bodies were found on Thursday in an underground in a mine.

City of Jo’burg in alleged dodgy R500m tender deal

The City of Jo'burg awarded a R500-million tender to a consortium that allegedly saw the tender documents six months before the tender was advertised.

Train assault underscores xenophobia fears

"I don't know how many people lifted me off my seat and threw me off the train," said Reason Wandi, a traumatised 26-year-old Zimbabwean.

Jo’burg ‘fleeced’ by waste contractor

Jo'burg's waste management company, Pikitup, is bleeding millions in a contract with a company booted out of a separate R28-million municipal tender.

High noon in Dunoon

Some in Cape Town needed only the exit of Bafana Bafana from the tournament last week Tuesday to begin the xenophobic hatred.

Kebble questions that need to be answered

Two people are especially interested in the Brett Kebble murder trial, due to start on July 26: Brett's father, Roger, and Piet Byleveld.

Danny Jordaan’s brother cashes in on 2010

World Cup chief organiser Danny Jordaan is not the only member of his family to benefit from the tournament.

Press Releases

WiMSA shines a light on the future of women in mining

Men in mining must begin to take it upon themselves to support the development of women in the industry

Department of Public Works and Infrastructure reveals second gender-based violence advocacy artwork

The men and boys of South Africa are important role players in this mission to ensure that women are respected, protected and treated equally

Empowering the voice of women in leadership to enable full participation in their roles in leadership and decision making

Sibanye-Stillwater has 13% female representation in its workforce and is actively working to achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls

Surviving the tobacco ban

Nicotine is given as the ‘likely’ reason for lower Covid-19 infection rates but authorities still stress the health risk of smoking

Smokers hold thumbs for cigarette ban to be lifted

SATTA is worried about the impact of the ban on its own members activities and how the ban is helping black marketeers to make millions of rands illegally

Covid-19: Outlook on the economy, politics and labour

Old Mutual had experts unpack the effects of the pandemic and provide practical tips on how to deal with the financial impact of job losses and salary cuts

Opt-in to Popia

All business owners should take note: there is a lot of work ahead to ensure compliance with the POPI Act that has just come into effect

Capital Legacy talks life

The Covid-19 pandemic is revealing how few people actually sort their affairs to the benefit of their loved ones they leave behind when they pass on

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