Greg Ardé

‘Game farming is like any business’: Industry reels in wake of Ramaphosa scandal

Farmers and auction houses say the theft of cash from the president’s farm has unfairly stained the business of big game

Cost of living: Informal sector pushed to ‘desperate situation’

The ability of informal traders to absorb any more shocks — suchas the fuel price hike — has reached zero

Hackers infiltrate SA illicit financial flows conference with porn clip

The conference was attended by state agencies, blue- chip global and local non-governmental agencies and public accountability experts

Interdict threat over new Tendele coal mine in KwaZulu-Natal

Tendele Coal plans to open a new mine despite a court ruling that the licence was unlawfully granted

SA’s endemic corruption requires a ‘biting’ response

Beneficial ownership transparency (BOT) can help tackle corruption, reduce investment risk and improve national and global governance, but implementation remains ‘a sad story’

‘Our hearts are broken, we are left with nothing’

The family of 10-year-old Shakirah Hajji and her Westville home disappeared in a mudslide. She is just one of many desperate children harmed by the KwaZulu-Natal floods

Calls for transparency in how KZN manages Covid-19

Doctors, nurses, undertakers and civic activists want national and provincial interventions that address the reality of the dire situation in KwaZulu-Natal

eThekwini commuters pay for council’s contracts

Perhaps a commission of inquiry can shine the spotlight on public transport in Durban, where bus and taxi passengers have to contend with fare increases and disrupted services

Durban, the city that forces the poor to defecate in the streets

Contemptuous municipal attitudes have compromised public sanitation in Durban forcing people into undignified, unhealthy and dangerous situations.

Press Releases