An easy task, crowning Coronavirus President of the year. it has been a slam dunk. Our countries that he once called shithole, have somehow managed to maintain relatively lower numbers of Cory deaths than Trump's America. And…
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In South Africa, rarely do entities come out of curatorship smelling of roses, the appointed curators/liquidators (mostly men in suits and matching ties; like the disgraced Dines Gihwala) often come with trepidation among stakeholders.…
After lying down with dogs for over a decade, does the former Apprentice SA host want the public to believe he is not now getting up without fleas? Like his American Apprentice counterpart, Tokyo Sexwale seems to know so well…
In the scramble for the most precious resource – water – ‘some animals are more equal than others’. Municipalities are left unable to plan adequately as some grab more than their authorised shares of services.
Suppliers of pharmaceutical products are put on notice as Treasury moves to close loopholes in public procurement
The office of the Public Protector has released the much-anticipated report on allegations of state capture
Resource-dependent developing countries are left heavily impoverished as trillions of dollars illicitly flow out. But who is looking for a plan to stop the haemorrhage?
In the seemingly lawless frontier of bioresources, squabbles over who has the right to profit from knowledge and wealth have escalated. Image: GreenLITers
Following the money: - the aftermath of experts’ failure to identify the company’s ‘real estate’ during valuation. How many more were victimized during the divorce and subsequent acquisition?
A devious scheme that caused the death of a Port Elizabeth businessman has taken corruption in the windy city to new heights.
Was Soonthra ‘Samoo’ Chetty’s pen mightier than a sword? He protested the injustices meted out to his workers and lost everything, including his life. His story should rile those who failed him.
The sweet-talking Americans came, saw and swindled. If one thought revelations within the Panama-Papers were devastating, try that of the American goons.
Is Cosatu’s call for the scrapping of new tax laws affecting pensions really in the interest of workers? Perhaps it is time workers looked elsewhere for leadership.
Dear Mr. Gordhan, despite your busy diary, give a thought to public funds that are being milked left, right and center. Welcome back and take care of your precious baby.
When Shoprite imported millions of litres of cheap long life milk from Poland, it put its biggest fresh milk supplier in a ditch. Now a bitter milk turf war has emerged and with no sign of ending soon
With its head on the block in Nigeria, can MTN afford to continue its wayward business practices?
By removing profit out of corruption, can President Muhammadu Buhari disrupt entrenched cartels in Nigeria?
Africans are in agreement corruption must end if the continent is to flourish. In Ghana anti-corruption campaigners are talking tough, demanding action that can put the country back on track.
Fighting corruption is a dangerous business. Just ask public protector Thuli Madonsela. Her crusade to rid corruption in South Africa’s corridors of power has not been easy.
In Kenya, integrity and accountability have been on decades-long holiday, as corruption and bribery continue to wreck havoc on the economy.
Many South Africans choosing to renovate their homes are doing so based on unapproved building plans to the annoyance of their neighbours, as relevant regulators sleep on the job.
The culture of corruption within the City of Cape Town’s oversight of construction is like cancer – hard to cure. Here the authority buried its own damning report indicting some now retired employees. We caught up with a few who…
Corruption in business is bad enough; but when it merges with blithe disregard for the law to infringe on individual rights, then we are in deep trouble. This story exposes one of the ways South Africa’s big banks deal with pesky…