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  1. UPDATE: Nurses’ union linked to Tembisa Hospital CEO faces deregistration

    Last week amaBhungane reported on the role of a little-known nurses’ union in the Tembisa Hospital saga. The post UPDATE: Nurses’ union linked to Tembisa Hospital CEO faces deregistration appeared fir

  2. The collapse of old king coal (part 1)

    How did Eskom hit energy bankruptcy? To quote Hemingway: “Gradually, then suddenly.” We explain how a toxic combination of politics and blind optimism led us into an energy crisis. Now we must face th

  3. “Hijacked” nurses union sides with embattled Tembisa hospital boss

    A power struggle over control of a nursing union and its finances has left the wife of suspended Tembisa hospital chief executive Ashley Mthunzi in control. The Young Nurses Indaba Trade Union has sin

  4. The Durban whistleblower, the deadly hit and the dodgy R30m ‘debt’

    Ethekwini municipality’s attempt to hand a dubious R30-million “settlement” to a tenderpreneur — and punish the whistleblower who exposed its questionable origins — is unraveling thanks to a bungled c

  5. Sasfin pursuing millions in “odious” school debts

    Seemingly questionable debts hobbling a poor school in Soweto have found their way into the investment bank’s vast securitisation programme, with apparently scant attention paid to the dubious underly

  6. EDITORIAL: Manufactured dissent

    “Anti-imperial” clique makes common cause with right wing. The post EDITORIAL: Manufactured dissent appeared first on amaBhungane.

  7. Magnificent Mndebele

    Magnificent Mndebele is a journalist with a special interest around issues of land, agriculture and labour. He has a Master’s […] The post Magnificent Mndebele appeared first on amaBhungan

  8. Njabulo Ngidi

    Njabulo has spent more than a decade in journalism. The bulk of that period was spent writing about South African […] The post Njabulo Ngidi appeared first on amaBhungane.

  9. Hello world!

    Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing! The post Hello world! appeared first on amaBhungane.