Daily Maverick Investigative journalist, Pauli van Wyk will be hosting Prize-winning journalist, Nick Donovan, Head of Investigations at Open Secrets, Michael Marchant & Executive Director of the Zimbabwe Coalition on Debt and Development, Janet Zhou to discuss Open Secrets and The Sentry’s latest investigative report: “Fronts, Fakes and Façades”.
Michael Marchant explains the findings of Open Secrets and The Sentry’s latest investigative report on state capture in Zimbabwe, Fronts, Fakes and Façades.
SAfm | False invoices are alleged to have been used to transfer funds from the Zimbabwean Reserve Bank to an offshore account in London
SAfm’s Aldrin Sampear is joined by Michael Marchant to discuss the findings of Open Secrets and The Sentry’s latest investigative report titled: ‘Fronts, Fakes, and Façades’.
Channel Africa | The Sentry and Open Secrets new report on Zimbabwe’s politically-connected oil tycoon
Channel Africa’s Peter Ndoro speaks to Michael Marchant to find out more about Open Secrets and The Sentry’s latest report, Fronts, Fakes, and Façades.
On Thursday the 6th of July, Open Secrets and The Sentry will be launching our new investigative report, Fronts, Fakes and Façades. The report tells the story of how a politically-connected oil tycoon in Zimbabwe moved suspect funds from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to the City of London using front companies, fake invoices, and offshore financial façades.
Director of Open Secrets, Hennie van Vuuren is calling on the Presidency and the US government to make public details of the mysterious cargo of the Russian vessel Lady R which docked in Simon’s Town in December 2022.
Democracy dies behind closed doors – Why we demand to know the truth about the Lady R arms shipment.
Mediated Conversation: auditing firm Deloitte had reached a settlement with the company Tongaat Hulette – over the massive auditing scandal at Tongaat.
Open Secrets Head of Investigations, Michael Marchant, weighs in on the fraud and money laundering Nulane Investments trial
Open Secrets’ Zen Mathe will be in conversation with Moira Campbell and Devi Pillay. They’ll be exploring how South Africans can address the social costs of state captures and seek restitution for the damage caused.