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On Tuesday 22 September Corruption Watch will release its 2020 Analysis of Corruption Trends report, the fourth edition of its half yearly publication. The ACT report highlights corruption trends which have emerged during the first half of the year - in 2020 this period was dominated by the Covid-19 crisis.
On Tuesday 22 September Corruption Watch will release its 2020 Analysis of Corruption Trends report, the fourth edition of its half yearly publication. The ACT report highlights corruption trends which have emerged during the first half of the year - in 2020 this period was dominated by the Covid-19 crisis.
Corruption Watch to release its half-yearly corruption report
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Legal expert Dr Omphemetse Sibanda of the University of Limpopo argues that the draft Public Procurement bill as it stands gives the impression that the issue of corruption in the procurement process was an afterthought by the drafters. In this respect, he says, the bill, which is currently under review, has loopholes that may be abused for corrupt practices.
Legal expert Dr Omphemetse Sibanda of the University of Limpopo argues that the draft Public Procurement bill as it stands gives the impression that the issue of corruption in the procurement process was an afterthought by the drafters. In this respect, he says, the bill, which is currently under review, has loopholes that may be abused for corrupt practices.
Covid-19: rude awakening to SA’s procurement failures

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LHR releases corruption report on SA’s asylum system

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Lawyers for Human Rights, in collaboration with Scalabrini Centre of Cape Town and Corruption Watch, have released a report titled Costly Protection: Corruption in South Africa’s Asylum System. The report assesses the current state of affairs in respect of corruption at refugee reception offices in South Africa.
Lawyers for Human Rights, in collaboration with Scalabrini Centre of Cape Town and Corruption Watch, have released a report titled Costly Protection: Corruption in South Africa’s Asylum System. The report assesses the current state of affairs in respect of corruption at refugee reception offices in South Africa.
Chains of corruption: a poem reflecting on SA youth's struggle
Corruption comes with a cost the poor can't afford to pay. With this poem, I urge the government of South Africa to reflect on the situation and make necessary changes.
Corruption comes with a cost the poor can't afford to pay. With this poem, I urge the government of South Africa to reflect on the situation and make necessary changes.

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