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The much-anticipated report of the Section 89 independent panel, released on 29 November 2022, has found that President Cyril Ramaphosa may indeed have violated the Constitution. The panel was established in terms of Section 89 of the Constitution, which allows the National Assembly, should it adopt the report, to remove a sitting president in the event of a serious violation of the highest law in the land.
The much-anticipated report of the Section 89 independent panel, released on 29 November 2022, has found that President Cyril Ramaphosa may indeed have violated the Constitution. The panel was established in terms of Section 89 of the Constitution, which allows the National Assembly, should it adopt the report, to remove a sitting president in the event of a serious violation of the highest law in the land.
Phala Phala: what happens after the release of the Section 89 report?
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Slow but sure: AG’s MI monitoring yielding results

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The total estimated cost of material irregularities (MIs) to the public purse over the course of the past three years is a staggering R12-billion. Auditor-General Tsakani Maluleke has, however, noted in her latest audit report of provincial and national departments that her office’s ability to track and act on MIs as per the changes to its powers in 2019, has resulted in an increased number of state entities being more vigilant and responsive in that area of the audit process.
The total estimated cost of material irregularities (MIs) to the public purse over the course of the past three years is a staggering R12-billion. Auditor-General Tsakani Maluleke has, however, noted in her latest audit report of provincial and national departments that her office’s ability to track and act on MIs as per the changes to its powers in 2019, has resulted in an increased number of state entities being more vigilant and responsive in that area of the audit process.
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Anti-corruption activists in Madagascar face harassment, police questioning, imprisonment, and criminal records - merely for doing their job of exposing corruption and money laundering. Corruption Watch supports our Madagascan colleagues and calls for fairness and an end to the intimidation of activists.
Anti-corruption activists in Madagascar face harassment, police questioning, imprisonment, and criminal records - merely for doing their job of exposing corruption and money laundering. Corruption Watch supports our Madagascan colleagues and calls for fairness and an end to the intimidation of activists.
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BO registry, EITI implementation can benefit South Africa
Research conducted for Corruption Watch's two new reports, released on 22 November 2022, has enabled the organisation to ascertain the veracity of the disclosure regime in South Africa, with specific application to extractive industries, and whether this regime creates a satisfactory framework for beneficial ownership transparency and tax benefit arrangements that ensure there is adequate State oversight and enforcement of accountability in the industry.
Research conducted for Corruption Watch's two new reports, released on 22 November 2022, has enabled the organisation to ascertain the veracity of the disclosure regime in South Africa, with specific application to extractive industries, and whether this regime creates a satisfactory framework for beneficial ownership transparency and tax benefit arrangements that ensure there is adequate State oversight and enforcement of accountability in the industry.

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