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DISS fails to account for concealed ivory 15 July 2018

DISS fails to account for concealed ivory

The Directorate on Intelligence and Security Services (DISS) has been accused of using its anti-poaching operation as a way of concealing elephant tusks from the responsible government department and potentially using it as a conduit for ivory smuggling.

3 July 2018

How Botswana company solidified ties with a discredited law firm

In April 2016, the world reacted with shock following a global investigation which revealed how a Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonassisted world leaders, convicted criminals, criminal syndicates, and politically connected individuals to hide their money in offshore havens, far from scrutiny. In Botswana, one company chose to ignore the outrage

28 June 2018

How Seretse Khama gave away land to Tati Company

An investigation by amaBhungane and the INK Centre for Investigative Journalism has cast new light on a secretive British-registered company whose extensive colonial-era land holdings have become a hot political issue in Botswana.

21 June 2018

‘I serve Botswana to the fullest of my abilities’

Christopher Garland’s response to questions by INK Centre For Investigative Journalism