Corruption flourishes when justice systems are captured by the wealthy and powerful
The country performed worse than China and Cuba in Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index 2023
We should question the issue of prison outsourcing when the motive is profit and not public safety
How different are those who will toe the party line on Tuesday to reject the section 89 panel’s report to those who rejected the firepool report and many others? And what do they stand to gain from protecting Ramaphosa?
Two former Transnet executives and two Regiments Capital officials were arrested on Monday morning
Mere forgiving and forgetting based on a lack of political will, incompetence, laziness, corrupt motives or even universal love, is not on
The president’s failings were mentioned. Read between the lines and you’ll find Farmgate too
The former minister was found to have played a strategic role in ensuring the ground was fertile for the Guptas to plunder Denel
The State Capture report has found that former president Jacob Zuma was at the centre of the Gupta owned media’s rampant corruption at state institutions
Kubentheran Moodley was caught trying to ‘flee’ to Dubai allegedly after his family was threatened by a debt collector and the state seized R232-million worth of his assets
The Zupta decade: Governments and global corporates, banks and consultants must stop enabling money laundering
This week, a Mail & Guardian investigation unearths what happens when the so-called construction mafia is allowed to run rampant in the country.
Jacob Zuma knows how to find money and spend it — as long as it’s not his own
Brian Molefe guns for Cyril Ramaphosa, alleging that the president’s relationship with Glencore was only a ploy to siphon money out of Eskom
The small fish get caught. Jails are used to control the poor and disorderly and deflect attention from the crimes of the rich and powerful.
In the past year alone, the Asset Forfeiture Unit has recovered money and assets gained through corruption-related crimes
Someone please call the police, the Hawks, the NPA… everyone
The Gupta-linked company that had an ‘interest’ in South African SOE’s also tried to get a slice of the pie in eSwatini’s government projects
This month, the NPA confirmed the appointment of Matric Luphondo and Andrea Johnson to the directorate, but who will head it is yet to be announced
The former Eskom executive denied a slew of corruption allegations made against him in an interview with Eusebius McKaiser
"Eskom allegedly gave Tegeta preferential treatment even though the coal it supplied from its Brakfontein mine did not pass quality checks."
The EFF’s commander in chief has demanded that President Cyril Ramaphosa fire Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene before the mid-term budget speech
Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane has confirmed she will investigate allegations related to a PIC investment that allegedly benefitted the minister’s son
The Gupta lieutenant said his immediate return to South Africa would be subject to Parliament purchasing him a business-class flight
The power utility said it was doing everything possible to deal with the coal crisis but the risk of load shedding ‘always exists’
In 2016, Absa, FNB, Nedbank and Sasfin unexpectedly cut ties with Gupta-owned businesses and shut down their bank accounts.
But the ANC’s secretary general said he would never give up on former president Jacob Zuma
It is documented widely that the Gupta family has amassed a fortune through businesses that have, at various times, intersected with the state
The public enterprises minister faces a court challenge into his ‘racist’ dismissal of a Transnet board member
The report seen by the M&G, follows last year’s treasury report which called for an investigation into Singh, Brian Molefe and other executives
The secretary general’s supporters claim he is not consulted on matters that fall under his office
The companies and the IDC are strange partners in court cases against the business rescue team