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Corruption Watch is a non-profit organisation launched in 2012. We rely on the public to report incidents of corruption to us and we use this information to fight corruption in South Africa and hold our leaders accountable. Over the last nine years, we have received over 30 000 whistle-blower complaints. In order to improve our Read more >

Infrastructure sector gets dedicated anti-corruption forum

By Kwazi Dlamini Corruption Watch (CW), together with other government institutions, joins a new specialist anti-corruption forum focusing on the construction and infrastructure sector. The Infrastructure Built Anti-Corruption Forum (IBACF) aims to prevent and fight corruption in the implementation of the infrastructure investment plan. The investment plan seeks to address a history of massive infrastructure Read more >

CW report probes solutions for benefits to mining-affected communities

Improving Transparency and Accountability in the Flow of Benefits to Mining Communities, a report released today by Corruption Watch, and an accompanying Legal Review: Distribution of Mining Equity to Community Trust, highlights the persistent challenges regarding the flow of benefits paid to people in mining-affected communities, those most impacted by mining operations.    The report identifies Read more >