Obey writes about Zimbabwe's potential lost millions in revenue due to smuggling syndicates operating in the north-eastern border of the country. The article was published in Zimbabwe's The Standard, on 17 June 2018.
Gideon Sarpong writes about Ghana's reported losses due to gold smuggling.The article was published in iWatch Africa on 29 May 2018.
Richard Abbey explores how illegal fishing is damaging a lucrative sector in his native Ghana. The article was published in the B&FT Online on 28 May 2018.
Zimbabwean journalist Obey Manayiti writes about diamond smuggling in his home country:The article was published on 11 March 2018 in The Standard (Zimbabwe).
Tehillah Niselow, writing in South Africa's Power 98.7, reveals how tech titans are not paying their fair share of tax in the country. Her revealing article was published on 27 June 2018.
Rex Chikoko, of The Nation, analyses the deal stuck between Malawi’s government and a Brazilian mining company, in which the country appears to have lost out.
The joint OECD and UNDP initiative, aimed at strengthening developing country tax audit knowledge, has been covered by journalists from Botswana to Nigeria.
Grace Thipha, of The Times in Malawi, writes about the country’s reported losses in potential revenue due to the tax regime offered to mining company Paladin.
Writing for Malawi 24, Collins Mtika explores how Chinese investors, aided by Malawians, have been illegally harvesting and trading the country’s hard wood.
Rodney Sieh, of Liberia’s Front Page Africa, exposes the National Oil Company’s inability to complete the sale of four oil licenses, worth millions of dollars to the country.