Education challenges debated at Sabec 2014

Provincial education departments must drive a public education campaign on schools funding and the regulations that govern it. This is one of the recommendations that Corruption Watch campaigns and stakeholder relations manager Ronald Menoe delivered on behalf of organisation at the second South African Basic Education Conference (Sabec) in Kempton Park on Tuesday. Menoe added Read more >

Campaigning against corruption – 2014 elections

By Kavisha Pillay As we race up to the 2014 national elections, political parties are doing their best to convince the public that their party is best equipped to serve the country. South African citizens are demanding action against corruption, seen as a stumbling block to growth and development, and consequently many parties have highlighted Read more >

Business can play a vital role in fighting corruption

While its main focus remains on the abuse of public resources, Corruption Watch believes that business also has a crucial role to play in combating corruption. The civil society organisation has reached out to CEOs of leading companies in South Africa to explore opportunities for collaboration and involve business as an active partner in fighting Read more >

A role for businesses in combating corruption

Because we believe that business also has a role to play in fighting corruption, Corruption Watch hosted a colloquium at the GIBS Business School where business leaders came together to discuss ways in which they can help to eradicate the problem. We’ve put together this handy page for businesses on resources relating to anti-corruption, which Read more >

Online corruption-busting community platforms launched

​Corruption Watch is engaging with corruption fighters in a whole new way – the organisation has launched two digital collaborative communities, and a new television advert hits local screens today. Read the press statement below: Corruption Watch launches online communities of corruption fighters Corruption Watch has partnered with Mxit, Indigo New Media and Concursive Corporation Read more >