MYSA schools challenge 2015 closes on high note

The Model Youth South Africa (MYSA) Schools Challenge 2015 finished earlier in September on a high note. Together with Debate.Afrika, Corruption Watch guided another set of pupils towards a clearer understanding of corruption issues, and an improved set of debating skills. The competition aims to expose senior high school pupils to dilemmas associated with transparency, Read more >

African youth shine in My Corruption-Free Africa

Personal musings, facts and figures, fictional accounts – this is the scope of the diversity of entries in our first My Corruption-Free Africa competition. We had a great response to this initiative, and entrants hail from Kenya and Cameroon to South Africa, Zimbabwe and Nigeria. My Corruption Free Africa is a blogging and photographic competition Read more >

My Corruption-Free Africa competition – enter now!

Today, 9 December, is International Anti-Corruption Day, and Corruption Watch has various activities on the go, to get Africa’s young people involved in the fight against corruption. Besides the highly-anticipated tune “Hayi Basile” – a hard-hitting song that expresses the frustration that many people feel about the high levels of corruption in South Africa – Read more >