WHERE DID THAT BEACH GO?

The sandman could be making regular visits to the Table Bay coast with his convoy of trucks if a dodgy scheme to extend Cape Town’s docks - advocated by the National Ports Authority - goes ahead.
NOTES & UPDATES

NOTES & UPDATES

Maiden: airy tales / Renewable energy: cold water / Volvo: good choice? / Mpumulanga Parks Board: cans justice
DR JEKYLL OR MR HIGH?

DR JEKYLL OR MR HIGH?

Is surgeon Dr Wynne Lieberthal a caring star of the public health service – or a butcher of innocent victims and a thoroughly bad egg?

FROM THE MOUTHS OF BABES

Everyone in Pretoria is keeping mum on what happened after a Sanlam broker came up with a slim plan for the Orphan's Fund.
A STELLA PERFORMANCE

A STELLA PERFORMANCE

Why, we ask ourselves, would Minister of Public Works, Stella Sigcau, disadvantage the state treasury to so massively benefit a private company? Who, or what, is Bluefin Holdings to her?
HOOK, LINE AND SINKER

HOOK, LINE AND SINKER

The SACF started with high hopes on the part of Hout Bay's impoverished fisher communities. Years later they've still got nothing - in spite of the award of fishing quotas worth millions, ostensibly for their benefit.
TIPPEX OF THE ICEBERG

TIPPEX OF THE ICEBERG

There was much that was unusual about the award of a lease at the Hout Bay harbour to the Hout Bay Development Trust. For one thing, it was awarded at a time when the trust was not even in existence. And there were other serious problems. Nothing, however, that a little tippex couldn't take care of.
FISHY GOVERNMENT DEALS AND EMPOWERMENT FRONTS

FISHY GOVERNMENT DEALS AND EMPOWERMENT FRONTS

Look into any major government deal and you’ll nearly always find a trust with an empowerment or community upliftment-related name (and suspiciously vaguely defined beneficiaries) on the profitable end of things. Soon it emerges that, despite the caring title, the trust has, in fact, been set up to benefit members of the ANC elite – and, there are more and more reasons to suspect, the coffers of the party itself.
NOTES & UPDATES

NOTES & UPDATES

Maiden: airy tales / Renewable energy: cold water / Volvo: good choice? / Mpumulanga Parks Board: cans justice ...
 

WHERE DID THAT BEACH GO?

The sandman could be making regular visits to the Table Bay coast with his convoy of trucks if a dodgy scheme to extend Cape Town’s docks - advocated by the National Ports Authority - ...

NOTES & UPDATES

NOTES & UPDATES

Maiden: airy tales / Renewable energy: cold water / Volvo: good choice? / Mpumulanga Parks Board: cans justice ...

DR JEKYLL OR MR HIGH?

DR JEKYLL OR MR HIGH?

Is surgeon Dr Wynne Lieberthal a caring star of the public health service – or a butcher of innocent victims and a thoroughly bad egg? ...

FROM THE MOUTHS OF BABES

Everyone in Pretoria is keeping mum on what happened after a Sanlam broker came up with a slim plan for the Orphan's Fund. ...

A STELLA PERFORMANCE

A STELLA PERFORMANCE

Why, we ask ourselves, would Minister of Public Works, Stella Sigcau, disadvantage the state treasury to so massively benefit a private company? Who, or what, is Bluefin Holdings to her? ...

HOOK, LINE AND SINKER

HOOK, LINE AND SINKER

The SACF started with high hopes on the part of Hout Bay's impoverished fisher communities. Years later they've still got nothing - in spite of the award of fishing quotas worth millions, ostensibly for their ...

TIPPEX OF THE ICEBERG

TIPPEX OF THE ICEBERG

There was much that was unusual about the award of a lease at the Hout Bay harbour to the Hout Bay Development Trust. For one thing, it was awarded at a time when the trust ...

FISHY GOVERNMENT DEALS AND EMPOWERMENT FRONTS

FISHY GOVERNMENT DEALS AND EMPOWERMENT FRONTS

Look into any major government deal and you’ll nearly always find a trust with an empowerment or community upliftment-related name (and suspiciously vaguely defined beneficiaries) on the profitable end of things. Soon it emerges that, ...