Veteran journalist Anton Harber brings all his investigative skills to
bear on his very own profession, the media. For two years he
conducted dozens of interviews with politicians, journalists,
policemen and 'deep throats', before piecing together two
The first is a chilling story of police death squads, rogue units and
renditions, and how South Africa's leading newspaper was duped
into doing the dirty work of corrupt politicians. The second starts
with a broken and discarded hard drive and evolves, with many near
misses, into the exposure of the depths of the Guptas' influence
over the ruling party.
Harber's two tales reveal the lows and highs of journalism during an
era of state capture. His book is both a disquieting exposť of how
easily the media can be duped by a conniving cabal for its own
selfish ends, and a celebration of brilliant investigative reporting by
brave and ethical journalists.
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