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Terence Nombembe
Former auditor-general Terence Nombembe, the chairperson of the Gauteng Ethics Advisory Council, is a man on a mission: he not only aims to detect corruption in the provincial government, but also to stop it from happening at all - with the help of Corruption Watch, the Ethics Institute, and other representatives from civil society, academia, and government.
Former auditor-general Terence Nombembe, the chairperson of the Gauteng Ethics Advisory Council, is a man on a mission: he not only aims to detect corruption in the provincial government, but also to stop it from happening at all - with the help of Corruption Watch, the Ethics Institute, and other representatives from civil society, academia, and government.
Terence Nombembe's mission to make Gauteng province corruption-proof
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We need to fix appointments to key institutions - now

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There is an urgent need to change the way leaders and senior management are appointed to state departments and institutions, writes Kavisha Pillay, Corruption Watch’s head of stakeholder relations and campaigns Recommendations from the Zondo Commission provide a chance to pressure those in positions of political power to end cadre deployment.
There is an urgent need to change the way leaders and senior management are appointed to state departments and institutions, writes Kavisha Pillay, Corruption Watch’s head of stakeholder relations and campaigns Recommendations from the Zondo Commission provide a chance to pressure those in positions of political power to end cadre deployment.
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With the news that Bain & Company has been banned from doing business with the UK government. questions must now be asked as to why South Africa has not yet debarred the company that assisted in entrenching state capture and ended up costing the country millions in taxpayers' money.
With the news that Bain & Company has been banned from doing business with the UK government. questions must now be asked as to why South Africa has not yet debarred the company that assisted in entrenching state capture and ended up costing the country millions in taxpayers' money.
State capture-accused Bain sanctioned in UK - now for SA?

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New CW report on trends in procurement deviations, expansions, and debarment
Today Corruption Watch released a second report that analyses procurement information drawn from National Treasury data captured between 2016 and 2021. The analysis was made possible by CW’s online tool, Procurement Watch, which aggregates data from the treasury and focuses on deviations and expansions, both areas which can potentially raise red flags. as well as debarment of suppliers of contracts.
Today Corruption Watch released a second report that analyses procurement information drawn from National Treasury data captured between 2016 and 2021. The analysis was made possible by CW’s online tool, Procurement Watch, which aggregates data from the treasury and focuses on deviations and expansions, both areas which can potentially raise red flags. as well as debarment of suppliers of contracts.

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We need to fix appointments to key institutions – now

By Kavisha PillayFirst published on News24 South Africa’s public service and institutions are in disarray. If we are to avoid any further breakdown of our institutions, we need to focus on who is appointed and scrutinise the appointment processes.  Transparent, merit-based and public participatory appointment proceedings are the minimum requirements to ensure the appointment of Read more >

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