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Journalists are whistle-blowers too, and their work, as a vital link in the chain of exposing corruption, can change the world - but it's a risky business. A report published recently by Unesco, titled Threats that Silence, looks at the treatment of journalists globally and narrows down its focus to highlight regional trends.
Journalists are whistle-blowers too, and their work, as a vital link in the chain of exposing corruption, can change the world - but it's a risky business. A report published recently by Unesco, titled Threats that Silence, looks at the treatment of journalists globally and narrows down its focus to highlight regional trends.
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Conference: Collective action for beneficial ownership transparency in SA

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Members of the media are invited to a two-day conference on beneficial ownership transparency in South Africa, taking place in Cape Town on 16 -17 May 2022. The event is hosted by the Department of Public Service and Administration, the Financial Intelligence Centre, Open Government Partnership, Corruption Watch, and Open Ownership.
Members of the media are invited to a two-day conference on beneficial ownership transparency in South Africa, taking place in Cape Town on 16 -17 May 2022. The event is hosted by the Department of Public Service and Administration, the Financial Intelligence Centre, Open Government Partnership, Corruption Watch, and Open Ownership.
Rebuilding squandered public trust means being careful of which persons are elected to power, and punishing those who are caught in wrongdoing. This is the message from Strengthening public trust, a session recently held at the OECD's 10th annual global anti-corruption and integrity forum.
Rebuilding squandered public trust means being careful of which persons are elected to power, and punishing those who are caught in wrongdoing. This is the message from Strengthening public trust, a session recently held at the OECD's 10th annual global anti-corruption and integrity forum.
Strengthening public integrity, part 2 - what can be done?

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Strengthening public integrity, part 1 - the importance of an ethical public service
Public integrity means doing what is right for the economy and society. Political leaders are essential to public integrity because they set the tone for all levels under them - but time and time again they have shown that they cannot be trusted to lead with integrity. The OECD's 10th annual global anti-corruption and integrity forum set out to address this issue, among others.
Public integrity means doing what is right for the economy and society. Political leaders are essential to public integrity because they set the tone for all levels under them - but time and time again they have shown that they cannot be trusted to lead with integrity. The OECD's 10th annual global anti-corruption and integrity forum set out to address this issue, among others.

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The Zondo commission's four reports are out and we're unpacking the findings in a series of articles. Please also browse through our day-by-day updates of the hearings, recorded since August 2018.

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New company ownership regulation a step in right direction

By Mashudu Masutha and Karabo RajuiliFirst published on News24 The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) is the global standard-setting body for combating money laundering, setting minimum standards via 40 recommendations. It has sanctioning mechanisms for countries that fail to comply. Recently, the organisation updated its Recommendation 24, which deals with beneficial ownership transparency – and Read more >

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