The Unaccountables skilfully profiles the large corporations and private individuals implicated in economic crime and never held to account. This book will anger many, who will be able to put names and faces to those behind some of South Africa’s biggest corruption scandals, from apartheid to state capture. Crucially, The Unaccountables focuses on 35 profiles detailing evidence of impunity for economic crimes and suggesting actions in each instance that could ensure accountability. These acts of violence, for that is what they are, by powerful individuals and corporations, have driven millions into poverty.
Justice may grind slowly, but it grinds.