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Letter to the AU on African Anti-Corruption Day
Transparency International has penned an open letter to the African Union, which has declared 11 July as the African Anti-Corruption Day, and 2018 as the African Anti-Corruption Year (Project 2018) with the theme “Winning the fight against corruption: a sustainable path to Africa’s transformation.” The global organisation has submitted recommendations to the AU which might assist it in its fight against corruption on the continent - read the letter here.

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NPA pair's disbarment overturned
The Supreme Court of Appeal has overturned the 2016 North Gauteng High Court ruling that struck National Prosecuting Authority deputy head Nomgcobo Jiba and special director of public prosecutions Lawrence Mrwebi, off the roll of advocates.

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Letter to the AU on African Anti-Corruption Day

11 July 2018 Dear African Union leaders, Transparency International and its 28 chapters in Africa applaud the African Union (AU) for earmarking 11 July as African Anti-Corruption Day and dedicating 2018 to the fight against corruption. The impact of corruption on the continent’s economic development is visible and cannot be underestimated. Corruption is not a 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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