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CPS takes battle over Sassa millions to ConCourt

Former social grants distributor Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) has taken its battle against Corruption Watch and Sassa to the Constitutional Court in a continued effort to avoid paying back R316-million paid to the company in respect of a variation agreement with the social services agency in 2015. The agreement was ruled invalid by the North Read more >

CW celebrates Supreme Court ruling on CPS’ Sassa repayment

Corruption Watch celebrates the ruling in the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) today when it upheld the ruling of the North Gauteng High Court that ordered Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) to repay R316-million to the South Africa Social Services Agency (Sassa). The matter involved the lawfulness of a variation agreement, which sought to include the Read more >

SCA throws out Motsoeneng case

SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng has lost yet another bid to appeal against a 2015 Western Cape High Court ruling that found his permanent appointment as COO by the public broadcaster was irrational and should be set aside. The judgment, handed down by the Supreme Court in September 2016, was attached to part B of a Read more >

CW admitted as amicus in DA vs SABC case

CORRUPTION WATCH ADMITTED AS AMICUS CURIAE IN MATTER BETWEEN HLAUDI MOTSOENENG AND THE DEMOCRATIC ALLIANCE Corruption Watch has been granted leave to intervene as amicus curiae in Hlaudi Motsoeneng / Democratic Alliance & Others (SCA Case No. 393/15), a matter which is on appeal from the Cape High Court and which will involve a determination Read more >

The court’s role in fighting corruption

On Thursday 5 June 2014 Judge Fritz Brand, of the Supreme Court of Appeal, addressed the Symposium on Corruption in the Public Sector, which was hosted by the University of the Free State (UFS). The event was held under the auspices of the university’s law faculty, and according to the university, it arose from the Read more >