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Judgement reserved in Seriti Commission application

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A full bench of the North Gauteng High Court heard the Seriti Commission failed in its basic legal obligation of searching for the truth...

Seriti Commission findings to be reviewed in court

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Tomorrow (Tuesday 11 June) and Wednesday marks the culmination of “several years of dogged scrutiny of the flawed processes” that saw the Seriti Commission...

Parliament can help recruit better police leaders, ISS and Corruption Watch...

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Corruption Watch and the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) this week asked Parliament to support stricter criteria for recruitment of the SA...

Apparently “explosive” affidavit lodged with North Gauteng High Court in support...

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Revelations of a supposedly explosive affidavit lodged with the North Gauteng High Court, apparently in support of a joint court application to...

Still no word from North Gauteng High Court on Seriti Commission...

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Non-government organisations Right2Know (R2K) and Corruption Watch have not yet heard from the North Gauteng High Court whether a joint application to...

Second Seriti Commission review application on High Court track

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Following the dismissal of an application to review the Seriti Commission's findings by the Constitutional Court, two NGOs have indicated a similar...

Another application to set aside the Seriti Commission’s findings submitted to...

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Two non-government organisations – Corruption Watch and the Right2Know (R2K) Campaign – have applied to the North Gauteng High Court to set...

Transparency International hosts SA defence anti-corruption workshop

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Transparency International has hosted an anti-corruption workshop with civil society leaders in Johannesburg, after providing anti-corruption training and guidance to the South...

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Coronavirus shows why the SANDF needs to be adequately funded

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The deployment of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) to help fight the COVID-19 novel coronavirus yet again demonstrates the need for a...