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Simone Haysom

Dangerous liaisons: PIC, Rassul and the Port of Nacala

The Mozambican link to the Public Investment Corporation deal reflects how business, politics and crime intersect

Scapegoat for a desperate community

In 2012, Rowan du Preez was kidnapped and necklaced, dying later in hospital. Police said his last words implicated a local social justice activist

Sars, Krejcir and the destruction of state capacity

Researcher Simone Haysom delves behind the spin to trace the crucial role played by the Sars investigative unit in just one case - Radovan Krejcir.

Sars, Krejcir and the destruction of state capacity

Researcher Simone Haysom delves behind the spin to trace the crucial role played by the Sars investigative unit in just one case - Radovan Krejcir.

Lack of trust cripples fight against crime

A commission of inquiry has highlighted the massive task facing the SAPS and the community.

Democracy’s children

The youth at Morris Isaacson High School in Soweto are still talking about politics, more than a quarter of a century after the march that began the June 16 1976 uprising was led from its gates. One might expect learners at a school with a proud tradition of political activism to be interested in next week’s election. But they are not alone; from Eldorado Park to Houghton and on to Tembisa, students are talking about politics even though they can’t vote next week.

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