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Tribunal: enough evidence to warrant further investigation
The People's Tribunal on Economic Crime in South Africa has presented its final report, a little over six months since it first convened. The tribunal focused on three eras in the country's present and fairly recent past, namely pre-democracy UN sanctions violations, the 1999 arms deal, and state capture.
The People's Tribunal on Economic Crime in South Africa has presented its final report, a little over six months since it first convened. The tribunal focused on three eras in the country's present and fairly recent past, namely pre-democracy UN sanctions violations, the 1999 arms deal, and state capture.

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Bribery reported as most prevalent corruption in Western Cape
Data gathered from reports of corruption sent by the public to Corruption Watch between 2012 and 2018 shows that in the Western Cape, the primary forms of corruption are bribery, irregularities in procurement and employment, embezzlement of funds, and theft of resources. The schools, housing, health, policing, licensing and immigration sectors are all affected.
Data gathered from reports of corruption sent by the public to Corruption Watch between 2012 and 2018 shows that in the Western Cape, the primary forms of corruption are bribery, irregularities in procurement and employment, embezzlement of funds, and theft of resources. The schools, housing, health, policing, licensing and immigration sectors are all affected.
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AGSA: Gauteng achieves 100% unqualified audits, but can do better
The Auditor-General's yearly audit report of local government in Gauteng showed that the province was the only one with 100% unqualified audit opinions. However, irregular expenditure, procurement and recruitment remain problematic, and there is still not enough consideration given to the AG's findings.

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Tribunal: enough evidence to warrant further investigation

Today the People’s Tribunal on Economic Crime delivered its final findings to the public during an event at Johannesburg’s Constitution Hill. The tribunal sat earlier this year with the intention of focusing on three periods in South Africa’s history – the apartheid years, the 1999 arms deal, and state capture. Once the interim report was Read more >

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