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Moyane down again, but seemingly not out
Embattled former Sars head Tom Moyane has suffered yet another court setback, after the North Gauteng High Court today dismissed his application to have President Cyril Ramaphosa's decision to fire him overturned. Moyane is fighting tooth and nail to keep his job, but Judge Hans Fabricius ruled that the national interest was far greater than Moyane's personal interest.
Embattled former Sars head Tom Moyane has suffered yet another court setback, after the North Gauteng High Court today dismissed his application to have President Cyril Ramaphosa's decision to fire him overturned. Moyane is fighting tooth and nail to keep his job, but Judge Hans Fabricius ruled that the national interest was far greater than Moyane's personal interest.
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Whistle-blower protection a focus of IACD
Delegates at the official international anti-corruption day event, held in Tshwane on Monday, 10 December, discussed the role of whistle-blowers and witnesses in upholding democracy, and the seriousness of the need to protect them from victimisation. Other topics discussed included consequence management, as well as the media’s role in covering corruption. In addition, delegates were told of a newly rejuvenated anti-corruption task team process that enjoys political will and leadership for the first time in years.
Delegates at the official international anti-corruption day event, held in Tshwane on Monday, 10 December, discussed the role of whistle-blowers and witnesses in upholding democracy, and the seriousness of the need to protect them from victimisation. Other topics discussed included consequence management, as well as the media’s role in covering corruption. In addition, delegates were told of a newly rejuvenated anti-corruption task team process that enjoys political will and leadership for the first time in years.
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IACD: trillions lost to corruption
Yesterday, 9 December, marked the annual International Anti-Corruption Day, set up by the UN to raise awareness of the devastating impact of corruption, and to look back on the year and assess progress in the fight to eradicate the scourge. Every year, trillions of dollars - equivalent to more than 5% of global GDP - are paid in bribes or stolen through corruption, the UN has reported.

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Moyane down again, but seemingly not out

Former Sars head Tom Moyane is not a man who gives up easily. Dismissed by President Cyril Ramaphosa on 1 November, after being on suspension since March, Moyane is fighting for his job but has suffered a string of setbacks in court – the latest one occurring today in the North Gauteng High Court. After Read more >

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Swift action needed on party funding bill

By Judith February First published on EWN The recent brouhaha regarding President Cyril Ramaphosa and the so-called ‘Bosasa campaign donation’ has again put the funding of political parties in the spotlight. It started when DA leader Mmusi Maimane asked Ramaphosa about a donation of R500 000 he had allegedly received from Bosasa’s Gavin Watson. This Read more >

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