Khaya Koko
Khaya Koko is a journalist with a penchant for reading through legal documents braving the ravages of cold court benches to expose the crooked. He writes about social justice and human-interest stories. Most importantly, he is a card-carrying member of the Mighty Orlando Pirates.
Gauteng government ‘turns blind eye’ to R10m corruption at school
/ 23 February 2024

Gauteng government ‘turns blind eye’ to R10m corruption at school

Documents show how provincial officials were aware of the brazen abuse and theft of funds from a dilapidated school in Katlehong

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Home Affairs blunder could cost taxpayers R500m
/ 16 February 2024

Home Affairs blunder could cost taxpayers R500m

A liquidated company is fighting to get home affairs to pay the years old debt owed to them

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Khaya Koko | Ronwen, please save Malema’s nose fluids
/ 16 February 2024

Khaya Koko | Ronwen, please save Malema’s nose fluids

An embarrassing nasal malfunction was not all that should cause Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema to lose face

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Pinky Pinky monster haunts Ramaphosa
/ 9 February 2024

Pinky Pinky monster haunts Ramaphosa

The figment of his imagination has defined the president’s timid tenure

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Sydney Mufamadi: Don’t be paranoid, be wary about talks of ‘regime change’
/ 9 February 2024

Sydney Mufamadi: Don’t be paranoid, be wary about talks of ‘regime change’

The State Security Agency said it had not picked up credible threats about election interference

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Zuma vs Cyril is the neverending Chinese movie
/ 4 February 2024

Zuma vs Cyril is the neverending Chinese movie

The former president is hoping that it will be third time lucky for him in this election round of their battle

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