Corruption

Greed And Politics Have Set Fire To The Amazon Rainforest

EXPLAINER For days images of the burning Amazon Rainforest in Brazil swept social media. Amazon is the world’s...

Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma denies cigarette smuggler allegations

African National Congress (ANC) presidential hopeful Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has broken her silence about the alleged dodgy sources of her campaign funding. Dlamini-Zuma took...

Meron Estefanos: I See People Suffering And Its Just My Duty...

Meron Estefanos works tirelessly to aid and raise awareness about the plight of Eritrean refugees. The Swedish-based Eritrean human rights activist and journalist hosts...

Reed dance a front for corrupt tendencies

Last week it emerged that the eThekwini Municipality had set aside R1.6 million for the annual reed dance held at King Goodwill Zwelithini’s Enyokeni...

People’s Hearing To Look At Human Impact Of State Capture

For months now, the state capture commission has been taking place headed by deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo. The commission have been...

Looting, alleged rape, and political interference: what’s happening at Unizulu?

Fresh scandal has emerged at the University of Zululand (Unizulu), including allegations of financial mismanagement and claims that university staff raped a student. Unizulu was...

Survey Finds Young People Are Worried About War, Unemployment, and Corruption

“Millennials see catastrophic war as a real likelihood in their lifetime” found the  Millennials on War survey from the International Committee of...

Two Blasts Rip Through Beirut But Lebanon Is Already Broken

“An accident waiting to happen” that’s how Habib Battah, a journalist in Beirut speaking to Al Jazeera described Lebanon. The country is...

7 Quotes From President Cyril Ramaphosa’s SONA

South Africa's fifth democratically elected president Cyril Ramaphosa had his inaugural State of the Nation Address on Friday night at the Parliament...

Calls for international cooperation against corporate exploitation

From September 18 to 22 the Progressive International  (PI) are hosting their inaugural summit. The summit seeks to tackle what the organisation...

Why Business Cartels Thrive In South Africa

The school uniform cartel in South Africa is the latest industry to be exposed for anti-competitive behaviour. The Competition Commission released its findings on...

#ApartheidBanks: Still Waiting For Justice

UPDATE: Authorities in Belgium and Luxembourg are refusing to investigate apartheid economic crimes, the Centre for Applied Legal Studies (CALS) said in...

Problems Persist For Gauteng Nursing Students

In January, nursing colleges in Gauteng made headlines when it emerged that there would be no intake of first-year bursary students because the department...

The Xolobeni Community Is Fighting For A Voice In Mining Decisions

From Monday 23 April until Wednesday 25 April, the Amadiba Crisis Committee (ACC) will be meeting the department of mineral resources (DMR) and Australian...

Johannesburg Teachers Tired Of “Cash For Post” Corruption

Teachers from a school in the far north of Johannesburg say they are tired of the corruption in the Gauteng Department of Education (GDE)....

Pan Africanism that deifies oppressive African leaders is toxic to ordinary...

Reflecting on the cash crisis in Zimbabwe and the undeserved suffering of its people, Joyline Maenzanise is tired of black activists who idolise liberation...

European Banks Called To Answer For Apartheid Crimes

UPDATE: Open Secrets and CALS have been informed by the authorities in Belgium and Luxembourg that they will not be investigating the...

Abahlali baseMjondolo Offices Burgled After Call For Durban Mayor To Step...

The shackdwellers movement Abahlali baseMjondolo are fearing for their lives following a break at their Durban central offices on Wednesday night. According...

South African swag at the Olympics is at critical but stable...

According to South Africa’s fulltime Minister of Razzmatazz and sometimes Minister of Sport and Recreation, Fikile Mbalula, the SA Olympic team tracksuit is lacking...

#BloodFriday: Coloured Community Say They Are Tired Of Suffering

It was the death of Heather Peterson, a 45-year-old woman from Westbury that sparked the widespread protests amongst the coloured communities in Gauteng. Peterson...
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