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CW submits comments on the Companies Amendment Bill

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Corruption Watch has made a submission on the Companies Amendment Bill, with a focus on enhancing transparency and accountability within the new provisions related to beneficial ownership. The organisation is concerned that the proposed amendments do not go far enough to enable effective transparency.
Corruption Watch has made a submission on the Companies Amendment Bill, with a focus on enhancing transparency and accountability within the new provisions related to beneficial ownership. The organisation is concerned that the proposed amendments do not go far enough to enable effective transparency.
Corruption Watch will, at the end of December, mark the departure of both its executive director David Lewis and board chairperson Mavuso Msimang. The latter marks the end of his second term on the board of the organisation, while Lewis embarks on other projects.
Corruption Watch will, at the end of December, mark the departure of both its executive director David Lewis and board chairperson Mavuso Msimang. The latter marks the end of his second term on the board of the organisation, while Lewis embarks on other projects.
CW bids farewell to executive director Lewis, chairperson Msimang
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Government employees facing charges of financial misconduct are costing the state more than R4- million while the corruption is probed.
Government employees facing charges of financial misconduct are costing the state more than R4- million while the corruption is probed.
Govt employees enjoy millions in ‘suspended’ pay

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Former FS housing HOD sentenced for corruption
A former head of department in the Free State government, Mpho Mokoena, was handed a 15-year suspended sentence for corruption by the Bloemfontein Magistrate’s Court on Thursday. Mokoena headed up the provincial human settlements department from 2009 to 2011.
A former head of department in the Free State government, Mpho Mokoena, was handed a 15-year suspended sentence for corruption by the Bloemfontein Magistrate’s Court on Thursday. Mokoena headed up the provincial human settlements department from 2009 to 2011.

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