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Take Corruption Watch's survey on the National Anti-Corruption Strategy and share with us your thoughts on it. We're aiming to create avenues for public engagement and consultation on the draft NACS by targeting the general public, civil society and the private sector, and engage with relevant stakeholders in order to contribute to this crucial process of developing a sound anti-corruption strategy for South Africa.
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People's Tribunal: implicated parties not bothered
The deadline for implicated parties to respond to the evidence presented at the People's Tribunal for Economic Crime - and which linked them to corrupt activities - has come and gone. Parties were invited to respond within three months of the release of the preliminary findings. Of those 38 parties, just two bothered to respond.
Fair Play youth song competition 2018

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Art meets activism in the Fair Play song competition
The Fair Play music competition is now open to original songs by young bands (members must be between 18-35 years old) on the themes of anti-corruption, integrity and fighting for social justice. Submit your anti-corruption music videos online from now until 1 August 2018 via The prize is a trip to Denmark to the International Anti-Corruption Conference, with a live performance at a top live music venue in Copenhagen.

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People’s Tribunal: implicated parties not bothered

When the People’s Tribunal on Economic Crime in South Africa presented its preliminary findings in early February 2018, it stated that all implicated parties would receive the relevant evidence and copies of submissions and those preliminary findings. They would have three months within which to respond. Shortly afterwards NGO Open Secrets served 38 implicated parties Read more >

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SA’s state office bearers must keep moral compass steady

By David Lewis First published in Business Day Given that burgeoning corruption was the principal basis for removing the Zuma government, progress on this front features prominently in the assessments of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s first 100 days in office. Short-term gains in tackling corruption are important and, some disappointments notwithstanding, the new administration has done Read more >

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