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CW contributes to Home Affairs' white paper
Corruption Watch has made submissions on the 2019 white paper on Home Affairs, focusing on the deficiencies and culture of corruption involved in the refugee and asylum seeker system. Our investigation work during 2015 and 2016 into home affairs corruption exposed a systemic form of grand corruption, where vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers are exploited and cheated out of the little money they possess.
Corruption Watch has made submissions on the 2019 white paper on Home Affairs, focusing on the deficiencies and culture of corruption involved in the refugee and asylum seeker system. Our investigation work during 2015 and 2016 into home affairs corruption exposed a systemic form of grand corruption, where vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers are exploited and cheated out of the little money they possess.
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Zondo Commission - week 20 overview
The 20th week of hearings at the state capture commission wrapped up with the return of Vytjie Mentor to the stand and a glimpse into what is coming from Ipid boss Robert McBride.
The 20th week of hearings at the state capture commission wrapped up with the return of Vytjie Mentor to the stand and a glimpse into what is coming from Ipid boss Robert McBride.
South Africa elections

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Party funding act useless if not enacted
It is important for the Political Party Funding Act to be brought into operation as soon as possible, writes constitutional expert Pierre de Vos. Furthermore, voters can only make informed decisions on who to vote for if they know who donates to political parties.

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Party funding act useless if not enacted

By Pierre de Vos First published on Constitutionally Speaking Political parties in South Africa tend to resemble Eskom: they burn through piles of cash but seldom deliver as promised. Some of this cash comes from “donations” made to political parties (or to political leaders) by individuals and businesses (think Gavin Watson and Bosasa or Adriano Read more >

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