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Guns, politics, lies: the arms deal's whitewash commission
The Seriti Commission's unbelievable findings - that it could find no evidence of corruption in the controversial arms deal - should be set aside by a court as a matter of principle, write Corruption Watch's Tara Davis and Deborah Mutemwa-Tumbo. The organisation, with the Right2Know Campaign, is challenging the findings of the Seriti Commission and has approached the High Court for relief.

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New CW report reveals grim state of corruption in policing
Corruption Watch’s new report, Corruption in Uniform, released today, looks at the alarming levels of corruption in policing in South Africa. Our whistle-blowers have fingered detectives and investigating officers as the most frequent perpetrators - they are frequently aided by other colleagues. Station commanders, captains, constables, sergeants and warrant officers are also implicated.
Corruption Watch’s new report, Corruption in Uniform, released today, looks at the alarming levels of corruption in policing in South Africa. Our whistle-blowers have fingered detectives and investigating officers as the most frequent perpetrators - they are frequently aided by other colleagues. Station commanders, captains, constables, sergeants and warrant officers are also implicated.
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Heroin rise in SA facilitated by corruption
Corruption is playing a significant role in the increasing spread of heroin abuse throughout South Africa. In this two-part series, inspired by a recent policy brief written for Enact, we look at the situation, the players, the victims, and what can be done.
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Guns, politics, lies: the arms deal’s whitewash commission

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