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CW makes submission to Parly on DPP appointment
Corruption Watch has made a submission to Parliament with information on the vetting of candidates for the upcoming deputy public protector position. The organisation has been involved in the appointment of Kevin Malunga's successor and is presently running a campaign calling for transparency and merit-based appointments at this level.

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Barbara Dale-Jones shines the spotlight on ongoing corruption and inhumane treatment at the Beit Bridge border post which has widely been reported on for years. Dale-Jones runs two companies that focus on transforming systems and the people in them
Barbara Dale-Jones shines the spotlight on ongoing corruption and inhumane treatment at the Beit Bridge border post which has widely been reported on for years. Dale-Jones runs two companies that focus on transforming systems and the people in them
No warm welcome from Home Affairs at Beit Bridge

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CW makes submission to Parly on DPP appointment

Corruption Watch made its submission to Parliament on 16 October 2019 with the aim of contributing to the appointment of the next deputy public protector. The incumbent Kevin Malunga’s term in office ends in December 2019. Corruption Watch has launched a campaign to ensure that his replacement is appointed in a transparent way that allows Read more >

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No warm welcome from Home Affairs at Beit Bridge

• The queue outside the Beit Bridge border post between South Africa and Zimbabwe. Image: Barbara Dale-Jones. By Barbara Dale-JonesFirst published by The Daily Maverick ‘We cannot have a Home Affairs department that is corrupt,’ declared President Cyril Ramaphosa in early October – while Barbara Dale-Jones was experiencing exactly that while travelling to Zimbabwe. As Read more >

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