Congo is a land far away from us, yet its chaos has found a place at home. Potentially the richest country in the world, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is the sucking vortex of all that is wrong with post-colonial Africa.
Over 500 rejected asylum seekers that arrived in Botswana looking for a better life more than two years ago have ended up in prison detention sharing facilities with convicted criminals.
Lake Ngami fishing ban leaves poor community in crisis after government ignore expert advice, writes SOLOMON TJINYEKA.
The regime of the Botswana president is accused of eroding good governance and democracy, as the economy starts to lose its lustre.
New evidence shows that politically connected businessman Simbi Phiri has a curious citizenship, writes BOBBY KABANGO.
The INK Centre contracted a US-based commercial satellite imagery firm to capture a high-resolution image over President Khama property in Mosu. The image, together with six-month investigation provides fresh evidence that BDF is heavily involved in the construction of the president compound.
A controversial P5 billion water project awarded by Malawian government to Khato Civil has been suspended after the Malawian Law Society flagged irregularities in the tender citing absence of a crucial Environmental Impact Assessment, INK Centre for Investigative Journalism has established.
Minister Prince Maele is struggling to explain his role in fast tracking an application for change of land use by a company belonging to a controversial Malawi businessman, Simbi Phiri who is linked to corruption allegations.
THE ANC has adopted as its official position a highly conspiratorial report that claims Western imperialist powers are working through opposition parties, NGOs and hash-tag campaigns such as Zuma Must Fall to force “regime change” in South Africa and other countries of the region.
As the world commemorates World Press Freedom Day INK Centre for Investigative Journalism’s NTIBINYANE NTIBINYANE pauses to pay tribute to Sol Plaatje, one of the founders of independent journalism in Africa.