Jacob Zuma in Durban High Court April 2018

Corruption news

Will Zuma's fate on corruption charges finally be decided?
Former president Jacob Zuma is in the Pietermaritzburg High Court this week as his lawyers argue for a permanent stay of prosecution on charges of corruption, racketeering, fraud and money laundering.
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Investigation

Uncooperative education depts stall CW investigations
When we investigated reports of financial mismanagement in a handful of schools in the Eastern Cape and Limpopo, we found that provincial education departments were unwilling to co-operate with us in uncovering the truth of the complaints brought to us.
When we investigated reports of financial mismanagement in a handful of schools in the Eastern Cape and Limpopo, we found that provincial education departments were unwilling to co-operate with us in uncovering the truth of the complaints brought to us.

Press release

Will the president finally cut out the rot, asks CW?
Corruption Watch will be holding President Ramaphosa to his corruption-fighting promises, on the basis of which he campaigned vigorously, and successfully, in the recent general election.
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Anti-corruption in party manifestos

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