SJC’s Xolani Klaas enters into a plea agreement after defrauding the organisation of more than R730,000
Brief | 13 June 2023
Payouts from the fund have been suspended leaving people unable to access their money
News | 8 June 2023
Judge found that PSG Wealth Financial Planning had not complied with its own policy to protect clients against cybercrime
Law | 31 March 2023
Judges say Mzamomhle Foundation Trust should be investigated over allegations of fraud and for misrepresentation
Law | 29 September 2021
NanoWorks presents fraudulent NRCS and SABS certificates
News | 27 July 2020
The Khayelitsha Community has been urged to use the small claims court to resolve financial disputes for amounts of up to R15,000. The court was relaunched on Friday. It was established in 2010, but never functioned.
News | 17 November 2014
It’s annual report season in Parliament, and the new Portfolio Committee on Police is finding its feet. In the first in a series of articles, Zackie Achmat has some suggestions for the committee.
Opinion | 23 October 2014
After paying R340 million for a Firearms Control System that was not delivered, the SA Police Service has cancelled its contract with IT company Waymark Infotech. The botched contract is subject to a criminal investigation by the Hawks.
News | 21 October 2014
Many South Africans from all walks of life and across the political spectrum are calling for the resignation and impeachment of President Jacob Zuma. In the light of a thoroughly researched and meticulously presented report by the Public Protector into the Nkandla matter, these calls seem more than justified.
News | 20 March 2014
As an investigative journalist I’ve come face-to-face with grifters. I’ve interviewed fraudsters and studied sociopathy extensively. I’m fascinated by psychopaths and the peculiarities of the brain that make them different to the rest of us. Trying to understand the mental workings of good and evil is a hobby of mine.
Mandy de Waal
News | 21 February 2014
Andiswa (not her real name) has been a resident of Khayelitsha Site C for 27 years. She turned her township home into a BnB business in 2006 offering tourists the exclusive and unique option of experiencing life in a shack. This all came to a screeching halt in April 2009 when her house was destroyed by BKS employees.
News | 6 March 2013