Tag: Corruption Watch

Is SA doing enough to tackle COVID-19 corruption?

In his address to the nation last night, President Cyril Ramaphosa shone a spotlight on corruption in the country, particularly concerning the Covid-19 relief fund. The President expressed his commitment to cracking down on people that hinder the government from mitigating the negative effects of the pandemic. Karam Singh, Head of Legal and Investigations at Corruption Watch joins CNBC Africa for more.

Is SA winning the fight against corruption?

Corruption Perceptions Index 2019 says South Africa has improved slightly from combating corruption from 43rd place in 2018 to 44th place in 2019. Although the country made one jump towards the right direction, it still remains one of the countries with a serious corruption problem. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss this further is Mzwandile Banjathwa, Project Coordinator at Corruption Watch.

Public Protector lacks requisite understanding of the law and constitution – Corruption Watch

Chapter 9 institutions are an integral part of democracy and economic growth. This has not been the case for South Africa’s Chapter 9 institutions as the pressure mounts on cases of corruption and mismanagement .With The South African Public Protector recently been riddled in scandal and tribulations as she takes on Minister Pravin Gordhan and the IEC coming under fire during elections, the integrity of these institutions need to be redeemed. David Lewis, Executive Director at Corruption Watch joins CNBC Africa for more.

Gauteng records the most cases of corruption in 2018 – report

The latest Corruption Watch 2018 report has revealed that corruption has eroded the pillars of South African democracy.

Corruption Watch wants former Eskom board members declared delinquent

Corruption Watch, a civil society group, has applied to the high court to prevent former Eskom board directors from holding a directorship position on a private company. Corruption watch plan to have the members declared delinquent directors. Joining CNBC Africa for more is David Lewis, Executive Director of Corruption Watch.

Corruption Watch reacts to ConCourt ruling on NET1

Corruption Watch reacts to ConCourt ruling on NET1

No easy task ahead to root out corruption – Corruption Watch

No easy task ahead to root out corruption - Corruption Watch

FBI investigating the Guptas’ financial transactions

Gupta cash flows being investigated by the FBI
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