Women fighting corruption – the fearless four

First published on Transparency International/Voices for Transparency Women’s History Month – marked each year throughout March – celebrates and highlights women’s contributions to society. From individual acts of courage to community organising, women around the world are courageously fighting corruption and promoting transparency, integrity, and accountability in their workplaces, communities, and beyond. Their work, while Read more >

CW scrutinises Land Court bill, makes submission to Parliament

Corruption Watch (CW) has made a written submission on the Land Court bill of 2021, noting several vulnerabilities in its provisions. The bill was developed by the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Land Reform, chaired by Deputy President David Mabuza, and followed recommendations of the Presidential Advisory Panel on Land Reform and Agriculture. It was tabled in Read more >

Land reform under fire – govt agenda disadvantages most vulnerable

By Melusi Ncala and Mashudu MasuthaFirst published in The Star The recent legislative amendments throughout the South African land reform space have also failed to full the constitutional obligation to provide adequate housing and protection of ownership rights. This has caused serious discontent among the destitute in urban and periurban areas as well as the Read more >