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SA businessman says Botswana intelligence trying to frame him 2 November 2019

SA businessman says Botswana intelligence trying to frame him

INK reporters
A South African businessman accused by Botswana prosecutors of allegedly funneling tax-payers money out of the country’s central bank to offshore banks said he is being framed by a country that has turned into a banana republic.

1 November 2019

Khama allegedly moved millions of dollars from Central Bank, court documents

Kago Komane and Joel Konopo

Papers filed in the Botswana High Court make the startling allegation that former Botswana president Ian Khama instructed the country’s central bank to shift over $200-million (P2.2-billion) to secret accounts and later moved the funds to several offshore companies and banks.

24 October 2019

Favorite Tools for Investigative Reporters

What tools do investigative journalists use in the course of their work? In this series, we ask journalists from around the world to share some of their favorites with GIJN’s readers.

28 August 2019

Botswana Unravels: Unmasking Africa’s democracy poster child

It seemed too good to be true. A diamond-rich, corruption-free, democratic, prosperous, and peaceful African country with a tradition of peaceful transfer of presidential power (the incumbent president voluntarily leaves office a year before the next general election). It was.