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Jessica Bezuidenhout

Jessica Bezuidenhout

Jessica Bezuidenhout joined the Mail & Guardian as an investigative reporter in March 2016 after 20 years at the Sunday Times working on news and investigations. She has been the joint winner of several local and international journalism awards, including Nat Nakasa, Mondi, Vodacom regional journalist of the year and Misa, and runner-up for the 2003 Natali Prize.
    Junior gold miner takes on the IDC
    Junior gold miner takes on the IDC
    Joel Mafenya says he made his money long before black economic empowerment (BEE) was in fashion, so he can afford to be more patient than the...
    How to bleed a whistle-blower dry
    How to bleed a whistle-blower dry
    A Gupta-linked company has unleashed an arsenal of legal challenges against the woman who exposed the hidden hand in the firing of former finance...
    Gloves off as minister flays Molefe
    Gloves off as minister flays Molefe
    Executive and board clashes at state rail agency Prasa have escalated, with Transport Minister Dipuo Peters turning the tables on the ousted board,...
    Dudu Myeni's book of tip-offs
    Dudu Myeni's book of tip-offs
    South African Airways has spent millions of rands in taxpayer funds to investigate alleged impropriety by senior executives.
    Public protector's office swept for bugs and other creepy-crawlies after leaks
    Public protector's office swept for bugs and other creepy-crawlies after leaks
    First she flipped the TV channel from eNCA to the Gupta-owned ANN7, then she ditched the catchy report names such as Secure in Comfort and...
    Supra heads to court to halt ‘smears'
    Supra heads to court to halt ‘smears'
    Embattled North West Premier Supra Mahumapelo has filed an urgent application for an interdict to stop damaging claims of corruption being levelled...
    Cosmo Fruit stink-up plot thickens
    Cosmo Fruit stink-up plot thickens
    A state-funding agency is suing a small businesswoman over non-payment of a R3-million government loan. This is despite clear indications that the...
    Tom Moyane asks State Security Agency to investigate Sars leak
    Tom Moyane asks State Security Agency to investigate Sars leak
    South African Revenue Service (Sars) commissioner Tom Moyane says he asked the State Security Agency (SSA) to uncover the source of...
    Myeni’s fate in Gordhan’s hands
    Myeni’s fate in Gordhan’s hands
    The new board of SAA has given Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan another headache — leaving it up to him to decide on the fate of the airline’s chairperson, Dudu Myeni....
    More line up in Cosmo Fruit stink
    More line up in Cosmo Fruit stink
    Mendiswa Mzamane has had to fight a debt collector and now civil court proceedings for non-payment of an R3-million government loan that was meant...
    Rotten deals follow Cosmo Fruit
    Rotten deals follow Cosmo Fruit
    Ioannis Ntinos lives in a Camps Bay condo, zips around in luxury German cars in Cape Town and next week is scheduled to travel to a fruit traders’ expo in Germany to meet potential clients....
    Gupta-linked Trillian trying to 'intimidate' whistleblower
    Gupta-linked Trillian trying to 'intimidate' whistleblower
    Trillian Financial Advisory, a Gupta-linked company at the centre of staggering state capture allegations, has demanded that a whistleblower...