Published December 7, 2017

Inside the Sudanese courts that put profit above principle

An investigation into the lucrative business of morality policing in Sudan, and its disproportionate impact on women

Mail & Guardian
Published November 2, 2017

How South Sudan’s elite looted its foreign reserves

EXCLUSIVE: Leaked audit report shows how family and friends of top government officials benefited from letters of credit scam.

Simona Foltyn’s painstaking investigation into how South Sudan’s ruling elite have stolen and squandered the country’s reserves of foreign currency is an extraordinary insight into the mechanics of looting on a grand, almost unimaginable scale.
Mail & Guardian
Published September 14, 2017

The only way was murder

This is the story of a mother who made a deadly decision in defence of her daughter

The killing of an alleged rapist reveals a history of a village living in fear of rape and murder
Mail & Guardian
Published August 31, 2017

Ghosts of the past linger between the walls of 18 Norman Street

From being a home for a family then a spaza shop frequented by neighbours, then an inconspicuous brothel to becoming a popular drug den, 18 Norman street has ghosts of the past lingering between its walls.

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Published August 29, 2017

Make health, not war: Drones for life in Africa

Rural towns in Rwanda and Malawi are using the aircraft to improve access to health.

Rwanda and Malawi have begun using tech-savvy solutions to improve healthcare.
Mail & Guardian
Published August 4, 2017

Election Season: Rwanda, Kenya and Angola

Three August votes highlight three very different democracies

Long read
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