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CW makes parly submissions on political party funding
This week Corruption Watch made written submissions to the parliamentary ad hoc committee on the funding of political parties, on the draft Political Party Funding Bill of 2017. Our concerns centred mainly on the continued lack of transparency in the private finding of parties and the fact that steps must be taken to address transparency in party funding, as this will protect and promote multi-party democracy.

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CW responds to McKinsey statement
McKinsey’s belated and inadequate response to its gross, and, it appears, criminal malfeasance with regard to its relationship with Eskom and Trillian, does not begin to address the substance of our concerns. This demands an investigation into what the evidence suggests, was a criminal conspiracy between McKinsey, Trillian and Eskom in contravention of US and South African law.
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Corruption in business: BLSA CEO Bonang Mohale speaks
Concerns have been growing in the country that corrupt practices, particularly the looting of state assets, have become embedded in the way business is done. As Business Leadership South Africa – an organisation which represents large businesses and multinationals in South Africa – takes on a new political posture, Steven Friedman puts questions to its CEO Bonang Mohale.

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CW makes parly submissions on political party funding

This week Corruption Watch made written submissions to the parliamentary ad hoc committee on the funding of political parties, on the draft Political Party Funding Bill of 2017. We expressed concerns mainly around the continued lack of transparency in the private finding of parties. Transparency in party funding prevents and deters corruption and malfeasance, and Read more >

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Corruption in business: BLSA CEO Bonang Mohale speaks

By Steven Friedman The University of Johannesburg’s professor of political studies, Steven Friedman, speaks to Bonang Mohale, the CEO of Business Leadership South Africa, about growing concerns that corruption has become embedded in the way business is conducted in the country. Steven Friedman: How representative is Business Leadership South Africa of the country’s private sector? Read more >

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