On April 26 2016, with debate focused on South Africa’s revised Mining Charter, we announced the launch of #MineAlert – a new interactive tool that promotes knowledge sharing and accountability in the extractive sector
Poachers are involved in “a mad scramble” to kill rhinos and get their horns out of South Africa’s flagship Kruger National Park, according to reliable intelligence sources. The horns are sold illegally, which is facilitated by layers of corruption amongst officials and politicians
ClimaTracker, our innovative geojournalism platform, presents complex scientific data in easy-to-use visualisations and short articles. This portfolio of investigations gives more in-depth insights into SA's climate scenarios
The scramble for Africa's mineral resources is speeding up as foreign companies tighten their grip on the continent. Control of water sources is linked to increased mining activities. Oxpeckers exposes these challenges with its investigative #MineAlert series
Two years after South Africa’s most expensive land claim settlement was concluded, post-restitution arrangements for the management and operation of the Mala Mala Game Reserve are taking shape. Who is really benefiting from the deal?