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CW 2016 report shows increasing intolerance for corruption

28 February 2017 The public in South Africa are increasingly intolerant of corruption and the abuse of power by those in positions of leadership and are more willing to hold them to account, according to Corruption Watch’s 2016 Annual Corruption Report.  The report reviews the past five years of the public reporting their experiences of Read more >

Annual report: public does not tolerate corruption

Today, a month after its fifth birthday, Corruption Watch releases its fifth annual report. The report celebrates the almost 15 000 whistle-blowers who have approached us during the last half a decade, and also features highlights of what was a busy year for the organisation. This large volume of reports clearly indicates that the South Read more >

Annual report 2015: a year of intense public participation

In its annual report for 2015, released today, Corruption Watch highlights the power of public participation in the fight against corruption. Since we launched in January 2012, we’ve received more than 10 000 reports. This public activism was reflected in several events during 2015, such as the student fees protests, various anti-xenophobia and –corruption marches, Read more >

CW releases third annual report, confirms corruption is growing

Corruption Watch (CW) has expressed great concern over the growing levels of corruption and the lack of political will by key political and governmental leaders to confront corruption. The Corruption Watch 2014 report reveals that 8 181 corruption reports have been lodged with the organisation since its establishment in 2012. “The situation is really dire. Read more >

Annual report 2014 – corruption is growing

​Corruption Watch has released its third annual report, and marked its three-year anniversary of operations. Under the theme of My Hands Are Clean, the publication bears a distinctive polygraph cover which speaks about honesty and integrity. Corruption Watch data reveal that the watchdog organisation received a total of 8 181 corruption complaints in the three years since Read more >

The inside scoop on corruption in SA

Corruption Watch has released its second annual report. The publication, which for the first two weeks will only be accessible online at the new Corruption Watch Connected community platform, reveals that the watchdog organisation has received a total of 5 482 reports of alleged corruption in the two years since its inception. Of these, 2 262 Read more >