The CW team, with Mining Affected Communities United in Action, held a three-day imbizo with residents of Allen Farm, Embabane, and Hattang. Most of the residents don't enjoy the benefits of mining activities that take place in their communities.
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The CW team, with Mining Affected Communities United in Action, held a three-day imbizo with residents of Allen Farm, Embabane, and Hattang. Most of the residents don't enjoy the benefits of mining activities that take place in their communities.
Corruption Watch will release its 2019 annual report, titled The Writing is on the Wall, on 31 March. The report makes clear the devastating effects of corruption, particularly in key sectors such as health, policing, and mining.
Corruption Watch will release its 2019 annual report, titled The Writing is on the Wall, on 31 March. The report makes clear the devastating effects of corruption, particularly in key sectors such as health, policing, and mining.
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This is the message Corruption Watch's team of graffiti artists so effectively and compellingly portrayed on 9 December 2019, International Anti-Corruption Day, when they created a one-of-a-kind mural alongside a Soweto road. "Sizo bathola" - we will find them, we will find the wrong-doers.
This is the message Corruption Watch's team of graffiti artists so effectively and compellingly portrayed on 9 December 2019, International Anti-Corruption Day, when they created a one-of-a-kind mural alongside a Soweto road. "Sizo bathola" - we will find them, we will find the wrong-doers.
This is the message Corruption Watch's team of graffiti artists so effectively and compellingly portrayed on 9 December 2019, International Anti-Corruption Day, when they created a one-of-a-kind mural alongside a Soweto road. "Sizo bathola" - we will find them, we will find the wrong-doers.
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Vulnerable voices silenced by mining companies

By Thato Mahlangu Mining-affected communities are among the most vulnerable in our country. As part of its work in the mining sector, Corruption Watch (CW) recently visited three affected communities in Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal. Our visits highlighted the particular vulnerabilities these people live with daily. The CW team, with Mining Affected Communities United in Action, held Read more >

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One thing about being at home at a time like this is that it gives one plenty of opportunity to think, discuss and debate the issue at hand. My standout impressions thus far are that there is a lot of deliberate fear-mongering, some instances of defiance of the authorities who are trying to contain this Read more >

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