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In order to improve our services and support, as well as advocate for broader legislative reform, we as Corruption Watch are interested in the public's perceptions about blowing the whistle in South Africa. Our anonymous survey seeks to understand your knowledge, perceptions and attitudes in this regard.
In order to improve our services and support, as well as advocate for broader legislative reform, we as Corruption Watch are interested in the public's perceptions about blowing the whistle in South Africa. Our anonymous survey seeks to understand your knowledge, perceptions and attitudes in this regard.
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Electioneering shenanigans, ineffective laws and commissions of inquiry are familiar scenarios nowadays, but in this article Zachary Meskell, writing for the Global Anticorruption Blog, shows that as far back as the Roman Republic, authorities were wrestling with the same issues. Today's lawmakers would do well to learn some of the lessons gleaned from the Roman experience, says Meskell.
Electioneering shenanigans, ineffective laws and commissions of inquiry are familiar scenarios nowadays, but in this article Zachary Meskell, writing for the Global Anticorruption Blog, shows that as far back as the Roman Republic, authorities were wrestling with the same issues. Today's lawmakers would do well to learn some of the lessons gleaned from the Roman experience, says Meskell.
When Anti-corruption Begets Corruption: Lessons from the Roman Republic
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The Independent Electoral Commission's first published political party funding report reveals that out of over 500 registered parties, only three - the ANC, DA, and ActionSA - made declarations of qualifying donations received from donors. The total value of declared donations in the first quarter, according to the report, is just over R30-million.
The Independent Electoral Commission's first published political party funding report reveals that out of over 500 registered parties, only three - the ANC, DA, and ActionSA - made declarations of qualifying donations received from donors. The total value of declared donations in the first quarter, according to the report, is just over R30-million.
First party funding report devoid of disclosures from majority of parties

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Fishrot whistle-blower determined to see case through to the end
Whistle-blower Jóhannes Stefánsson is looking forward to testifying in the corruption case he exposed - the Fishrot sage, involving Icelandic fishing company Samherji and various others, including government officials. Furthermore, Stefánsson says both Namibian and Icelandic Fishrot accused are trying to jeopardise and delay the fishing rights bribery scheme cases by lying to the court.
Whistle-blower Jóhannes Stefánsson is looking forward to testifying in the corruption case he exposed - the Fishrot sage, involving Icelandic fishing company Samherji and various others, including government officials. Furthermore, Stefánsson says both Namibian and Icelandic Fishrot accused are trying to jeopardise and delay the fishing rights bribery scheme cases by lying to the court.

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