The Health Sector Anti-Corruption Forum, in partnership with Maverick Citizen, presents a series of webinars that will explore the state of whistle-blowing in South Africa. The murder of whistle-blower Babita Deokaran is a gruesome reminder of the dangers faced by those who risk their lives and livelihoods in order to expose corruption in South Africa. It is a moment to pause and assess our country’s efforts to protect whistle-blowers – who play a critical role in our pursuit for a corruption-free society.
The Zondo commission's first report, released in January, highlights the link between public procurement and corruption, and provides a series of observations and recommendations on the need to reform public procurement, specifically in terms of transparency. Join the Open Contracting Partnership and guests in a community call to explore the roles of civil society, journalists, […]
Corruption Watch is hosting a Twitter Space on the state of leadership in South Africa. Join us on 20 February at 18h00 for a rousing discussion!
Join Corruption Watch and Open Ownership for a webinar to critically discuss the scale of the problem of beneficial ownership opacity in South Africa. We will unpack the FATF amendments in order to identify the various vantage points for moving the anti-corruption and transparency agenda forward.
Members of the media are invited to a two-day conference on beneficial ownership transparency (BOT) in South Africa, taking place in Cape Town on 16 -17 May 2022. The event is hosted by the Department of Public Service and Administration, the Financial Intelligence Centre, Open Government Partnership, Corruption Watch, and Open Ownership.
As the world continues to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, the climate crisis and growing economic uncertainty, it is critical that we also address the issue of corruption. The Global Compact Network South Africa in collaboration with Corruption Watch present a dialogue to build awareness among SMEs, large corporations, business associations, financiers, and policymakers on the importance of anti-corruption and ethical behaviour in the private sector.
Join us, with Prof Geo Quinot - founding director of Stellenbosch University's African Procurement Law Unit - as we share a new report revealing our findings on the latest trends in public procurement in South Africa. These findings are based on insights we have gathered from our Procurement Watch tool, launched in October 2021. Procurement […]
DISCUSSION: Unpacking the Zondo Report: Public and Corporate Morality. With speakers Prof William Gumede, executive chairperson of the Open Democracy Foundation, and Karam Singh, executive director of Corruption Watch.
Corruption Watch will host a webinar on Tuesday 22 November 2022 to coincide with the release of two reports advancing a case for greater beneficial ownership transparency (BOT) in the mining sector, namely Beneficial Ownership Transparency in South Africa’s mining sector and The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative and South Africa, respectively.