We had a look at eight of the continent’s richest leaders and, as a contrast, checked out how their people are faring.
Nepotism has become a national sport in South Africa, here’s a look at who’s winning the race.
The South African Democratic Teacher’s Union is selling senior positions at schools in KZN, for livestock no less.
How much chicken can staff at the Harry Gwala District Municipality eat in two years? Well, about R120 000 worth… at this rate takeaways chains could be classified as parastatals.
Government employees are literally becoming overnight millionaires, and we’re paying for it.
He’s the link between ordinary folks and the Almighty, and the Almighty wants him to have a new luxury private jet.
Namibian cabinet ministers with businesses on the side will soon find themselves in hot water, if new president Hage Geingob gets his way.
While South Africans pay more tax, more for petrol and generally more for everything, the presidency wants R2 billion for VIP flights.
At R300 million you’d think that KZN’s royal family would be somewhat more careful with our cash… especially seeing as they believe it their God-given right to use it.
Ever wondered just how much JZ and his top comrades earn per year? Bet you didn’t think it was this much.
Ai mense, where do we start. The man has had so many opportunities to say something worth listening to.
Believe it or not, we rank among the least corrupt nations on the continent… while our government chooses to shake hands with the most corrupt countries globally, including Russia and China.
LOL! This aint no joke folks, the ruling party wants a bigger cut of your taxes, so as to balance out losses they’ve suffered as a result of poor performance in the last election.
More then R62 billion is unaccounted for in the last financial year, according to Auditor-General Kim Makwetu… that’s a whole lotta Nkandlas!
R15 million per month on takeaways for municipal workers.
We’ve all seen the spoof articles making the rounds alleging that JZ has quit; but seriously now, can you imagine the living costs of a man who’s been dependent on our money for so long, having to go at it himself?
The size of South Africa’s civil service has increased dramatically in recent years. But are there really more civil servants in SA than in the United States, as has been said?
The Public Protector has changed her tune and claims that corruption is not a defining attribute of South Africa. But who is she trying so hard to convince if not herself?
We’ve compiled a list of the big mans’ 5 top beneficiaries when it comes to one-ups and shady deals.
The Department of Home Affairs has welcomed the conviction and sentence handed to Sanele Zungu, a former senior admin officer in KwaZulu-Natal
A global study places South Africa among the top countries, which are most susceptible to banking card fraud, as plastic is gradually becoming the preferred method of payment in the country
Law enforcement agents from South Africa and the USA have arrested 11 people linked to a West African transnational organised crime enterprise, involving numerous complex financial fraud schemes over the internet
As a South African couple are found guilty of defrauding church members of nearly Â£250,000, the husband goes AWOL in a bid to escape prison
The Security Cluster of Ministers have closed ranks around Number One as the State releases its own Nkandla report ahead of the Public Protector’s more hotly-awaited one. As many expected, the State has defended everything down to the large swimming pool as esssential to the First Family’s protection, although some overpayment for individual items has been admitted to
As a sharp-minded Black Consciousness pioneer who was a close friend of Steve Biko, human rights laywer and academic with extensive diplomatic experience, Reverend Canon Barney Pityana’s words carry some weight. Now, the Reverend asks Zuma to step down