Catch Me If You Can: Exxon complicit in corrupt Liberian oil sector
We expose how US oil giant Exxon purchased a Liberian oil block it knew was tainted by corruption – while attacking US anti-corruption laws.
Emails show senior executives at world’s fifth largest company knowingly took part in a vast bribery scheme that robbed the Nigerian people of $1.1billion.
Not for sale: Congo’s forests must be protected from the fossil fuels industry
The largest protected tropical rainforest in Africa – Salonga National Park in Democratic Republic of Congo – is at risk from oil exploration thanks to a secretive deal with an opaque company.
Jade: Myanmar's "Big State Secret"
As Myanmar's historic election approaches, our report reveals a secret jade trade worth up to US$31 billion, and controlled by military elites and drug lords.
Guinea's "Deal of the Century"
It’s not often a story sets out the mechanics of corruption as starkly as the foray by billionaire Beny Steinmetz’s BSG Resources into Guinea.
The battle to protect Africa's oldest national park.
The world’s newest country is also one of Africa’s biggest oil producers. The revenues are not reaching those who need them most.
Congo's Secret Sales
Huge international mining companies acquired major mining concessions in Congo for billions of dollars - but most of the money never reached state coffers.