15 Oct 2019
by Gabriele Steinhauser and Aaisha Dadi Patel
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South Africa Wrestles Over Zulu King’s Vast Landholdings

JOZINI, South Africa—In her battle to secure the rights to her dusty homestead, Hluphekile Mabuyakhulu has joined a small group of South Africans squaring off with a powerful landlord: the king of the Zulu nation.

10 Sep 2019
by Kevin Bloom
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Stealing the Crust III: Universal lessons from a local mining fraud

In late August 2019, mere days before mass violence erupted in central Johannesburg, the Baloyi Commission released its report into the corruption that had been plaguing the Bakgatla Ba Kgafela, an indigenous community of 350,000, since at least 1998.