Corruption Watch will be conducting a series of engagements with mining-affected communities in Dannhauser, Newcastle, from 3 to 5 March 2020.
CW to engage mining-affected communities in KZN

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Corruption Watch will be conducting a series of engagements with mining-affected communities in Dannhauser, Newcastle, from 3 to 5 March 2020.
The Budget Justice Coalition is disappointed by the finance minister's 2020 budget speech which was delivered on 26 February. The coalition described the speech as bleak, and expressed concerns that the 2020 budget proposals would serve to further undermine South Africa’s pro-poor agenda.
The Budget Justice Coalition is disappointed by the finance minister's 2020 budget speech which was delivered on 26 February. The coalition described the speech as bleak, and expressed concerns that the 2020 budget proposals would serve to further undermine South Africa’s pro-poor agenda.
BJC disappointed by Mboweni’s bleak budget

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Joint efforts are needed to fight wildlife crime

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Primatologist Marilyn A. Norconk, emeritus professor at the Kent State University in Ohio, wrote an article for The Conversation last week to illustrate how people, including businesses, politicians and law enforcement agencies, can help end the illegal trade of such species.
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"Our economy has not grown at any meaningful rate for over a decade." President Cyril Ramaphosa, delivering his third State of the Nation speech last night, acknowledged that economic growth has stalled and that the moment has come to confront the challenges head on. Read the full text of his speech."

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"Our economy has not grown at any meaningful rate for over a decade." President Cyril Ramaphosa, delivering his third State of the Nation speech last night, acknowledged that economic growth has stalled and that the moment has come to confront the challenges head on. Read the full text of his speech."
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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.
Sizo bathola - we will find them, and we will expose them

Sizo bathola

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Joint efforts are needed to fight wildlife crime

Corruption is playing a role in the killing and trading of endangered species, especially primates. But concerted and collaborative efforts will go a long way towards wiping out these crimes. Primatologist Marilyn A. Norconk, emeritus professor at the Kent State University in Ohio, wrote an article for The Conversation last week to illustrate how people, Read more >

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SA’s echoes of leaders who plundered their countries

By Mandisi MajavuFirst published in The Conversation One of the shameful achievements of the African National Congress (ANC) in its 25 years of governing post-apartheid South Africa is that it’s living up to the political stereotype of what is wrong with post-colonial Africa – unethical and corrupt African leaders who exercise power through patronage. The widespread corruption Read more >

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