Bra Tjotjo gets his wings

By Nicky Rehbock The sky’s the limit for the ever-scheming and greedy Bra Tjotjo, who’s back this week with high-flying plans to launch a new airline, which will trade illegal goods and operate from strategic military air bases. By throwing in some name-dropping bombs and a wedding at Sun City, this new animation has all Read more >

Taking Corruption Watch to the people

Corruption Watch is bringing its graft-busting energy to the people of Gauteng with a series of outdoor public-awareness campaigns this week. Our giant inflatable website bearing the message “Guptas fly, government jumps” first popped up on Jan Smuts road yesterday afternoon and today, commuters and passers-by at Baragwanath Taxi Rank got to see it along Read more >

Meet the man behind Bra Tjotjo

Mdu Ntuli, the sizzling talent behind the Bra Tjotjo series, chats to Corruption Watch about where he got his inspiration for the project and how his dream to become a top basketball star was crushed because of corrupt dealings by officials in the game. Click on the pic below to watch the clip! You can Read more >

Corruption Watch in the press

The last seven days have been busy for Corruption Watch, with the mid-week release of Transparency International’s annual Corruption Perceptions Index on the one hand, and a campaign by the organisation ahead of International Anti-Corruption Day on 9 December 2012. Local media made a lot of noise about the index – understandably so – as Read more >

Corruption Watch animation now online!

The hot, young talent behind the banned Nkandla fish and chips ad, Mdu Ntuli, is joining forces with Corruption Watch to bring out a six-part animated series to encourage South Africans to speak out against corruption ahead of International Anti-Corruption Day on 9 December. The series, which will play out in six parts on YouTube Read more >

Mdu Ntuli + Corruption Watch take on fishy deals!

Popular and outspoken comedic animator Mdu Ntuli, the animator behind the Nkandla Fish and Chips commercial recently banned by the SABC, is joining forces with Corruption Watch to encourage South Africans to speak out against corruption. The talented satirist of Mdu Comics and The Izikhokho Show (recently picked up by Comedy Central thanks to run-away Read more >