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Corruption Watch, like thousands of other organisations around the world, was affected by the ongoing lockdown against Covid-19 – especially in the tough early stages. But that didn’t stop us! Here are some of the highlights of our 2020, all of which were achieved while working remotely.
Corruption Watch, like thousands of other organisations around the world, was affected by the ongoing lockdown against Covid-19 – especially in the tough early stages. But that didn’t stop us! Here are some of the highlights of our 2020, all of which were achieved while working remotely.
Applications for the post of deputy auditor-general close this Friday, 22 January 2021. If you feel you are the right person for the job, or if you know someone who might be suitable, the AGSA is inviting people from across the country to apply!
Applications for the post of deputy auditor-general close this Friday, 22 January 2021. If you feel you are the right person for the job, or if you know someone who might be suitable, the AGSA is inviting people from across the country to apply!
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deputy auditor-general
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Corruption Watch, having played a significant role in the development and approval of the Political Party Funding Act, has written to President Cyril Ramaphosa urging him to proclaim the Act before 1 April 2021, or face an urgent court application in this regard. The Presidency responded by saying that this would happen in the time frame demanded, meaning that the Act will be in effect in the run-up to this year’s local government elections.
Corruption Watch, having played a significant role in the development and approval of the Political Party Funding Act, has written to President Cyril Ramaphosa urging him to proclaim the Act before 1 April 2021, or face an urgent court application in this regard. The Presidency responded by saying that this would happen in the time frame demanded, meaning that the Act will be in effect in the run-up to this year’s local government elections.
CW pressure takes party funding act a step closer to reality

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Corruption - we have to acknowledge its centuries-old existence
A new year is a good time to reflect on the realities of life. When it comes to corruption, reflecting on its origins and evolution is a critical component in developing strategies to fight it, because a thing can’t be eliminated if its roots are left untouched. In this article we delve into the long-standing history of corruption in South Africa, which cannot be ignored if we want to successfully tackle the scourge.
A new year is a good time to reflect on the realities of life. When it comes to corruption, reflecting on its origins and evolution is a critical component in developing strategies to fight it, because a thing can’t be eliminated if its roots are left untouched. In this article we delve into the long-standing history of corruption in South Africa, which cannot be ignored if we want to successfully tackle the scourge.

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Recruitment: deputy auditor-general

Location: Gauteng Requirement Overview The deputy auditor-general is head of administration of the office of the Auditor-General of South Africa (AGSA) in terms of section 32 of the Public Audit Act, subject to the directions of the auditor-general. Roles and Responsibilities Key to the role is the achievement of the organisation’s strategic objectives. The deputy Read more >

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Responding to rampant corruption: get your own house in order

by Cynthia SchoemanFirst published on Ethics Monitor We are all outraged by ongoing reports of public sector corruption. And, given how long corruption has been a problem, many are questioning whether the latest government committee, the committee of ministers appointed by the president to investigate Covid corruption, will achieve meaningful results. As a positive response, Read more >

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