Hawks swoop on Northern Cape Lottery offices after whistleblowers’ tip-offs

Seven NLC employees named in the search and seizure warrant including the deputy provincial head

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News | 11 March 2022

Court grants order on dodgy multimillion rand Lottery grant

Big win for SIU after President Ramaphosa authorised the investigation of the National Lotteries Commission in 2020

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News | 17 February 2022

Kimberley residents fed up with municipality’s handling of water crisis

The city has had rolling water cuts since December

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Brief | 15 March 2021

Lottery whistleblower “pressured” to pay IT company to build athletics track

R10 million was paid but no work was done

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News | 18 December 2020

“They say we are assaulting people. We say we are blessing them.”

Part two of a three part series on vigilantism in South Africa

Text by Christopher Clark. Photos by Shaun Swingler.

Feature | 25 August 2017

“People call us before they call the police”: a vigilante group’s quest for legitimacy

Part one of a three part series on vigilantism in South Africa

Text by Christopher Clark. Photos by Shaun Swingler.

Feature | 22 August 2017

Allegations of abuse at Kimberley prison

But report also finds much that works well

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News | 24 May 2017

Ekapa and zama-zamas fight over mining rights

Will Department of Mineral Resources use the opportunity to regulate small-miners?

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Law | 5 December 2016

Ekapa case shows South Africa’s stark inequalities

Mining companies and government move to end livelihoods of thousands of informal miners

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Opinion | 5 December 2016

Kimberley businesses furious with multinational diamond mining company

They accuse Petra Diamonds of overlooking them for all but small contracts

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News | 8 April 2016