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ISS: Combating the sea of corruption in the maritime sector

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Grand corruption in Africa’s maritime sector has led to overfishing, resource scarcity and a rise in criminality, with coastal communities most affected. The problem...

ISS: Curbing corruption must top South African municipal agendas

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For newly elected local government leaders, reining in graft will be as vital as service delivery. Three weeks after the pivotal 1 November local elections,...

Ex-Crime Intelligence officer guilty of corruption

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A former police crime intelligence officer in the Eastern Cape has been has found guilty of corruption. In a statement, provincial Hawks spokesperson, Captain Yolisa...

Government tackling corruption head on

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Public beliefs about a perceived increase in corrupt activities may be as a result of increased action against corrupt officials and reports thereof. This is...

Special Investigating Unit to host anti-corruption, whistleblowing webinar series

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The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) is expected to host a five part series of webinars that will shine the spotlight on the importance of...

Whistleblowers should be saluted, not murdered: President Ramaphosa

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As government’s fight against corruption gathers momentum, it is clear that the state needs to urgently review its current approach not only to witness...

Government’s efforts to deal with corruption

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has outlined several measures undertaken by government to end state capture, rebuild damaged institutions and foster a culture of ethical public...

Dlodlo vows to rid State Security of corruption

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State Security Minister Ayanda Dlodlo has reiterated the State Security Agency’s determination to fight corruption from within its ranks. Dlodlo made the commitment in a...

South Africa’s top court orders Zuma to appear before enquiry commission

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South Africa’s highest court on Thursday ordered former President Jacob Zuma to appear before a commission investigating corruption allegations against him after he walked...

Time Mapisa-Nqakula accounts to Parliament

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The immense amount of good work performed by soldiers and others in national defence force uniforms in 2020 pales into insignificance when stacked up...

SAPS dismisses seven corruption accused officials

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The South African Police Service (SAPS) has confirmed the dismissal of two brigadiers, two colonels, a lieutenant-colonel and two civilian employees following their alleged...

South Africa corruption inquiry to summon Zuma to appear next month

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A South African corruption inquiry will issue a summons for former president Jacob Zuma to appear to give evidence next month, the judge chairing...

Zuma’s arms deal trial postponed to June

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Former president Jacob Zuma’s trial relating to alleged arms deal corruption has been postponed to June due to the coronavirus lockdown. The National Prosecuting Authority...

Court rejects Zuma appeal

A South African court on Friday rejected an appeal by former president Jacob Zuma seeking to prevent his prosecution on corruption charges over a...

Zuma to stand trial on corruption charges

]South African former President Jacob Zuma will stand trial on corruption charges relating to a $2.5 billion arms deal after court denied him a...

ISS: South Africa’s Hawks are preparing to fly

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The absence of arrests and charges against high-level politicians, officials and business people for looting hundreds of billions of rand of public funds in...

National defence force HR colonel cashiered and will serve jail time...

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SA National Defence Force (SANDF) Chief General Solly Shoke’s oft-stated commitment to rooting out corruption and fraud in the military was given a shot...

ISS: Corruption invites organised crime

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On 17 December 2010, young Tunisian street vendor Mohamed Bouazizi set himself alight in front of the local governor’s office in an ultimate attempt...

ISS: When corruption stops, trust in government can start

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Trust is the glue that binds people together. When people trust in democratic institutions they are free to interact and trade with strangers, restrain...

Zuma says he will win corruption charges case

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Former South African president Jacob Zuma said his lawyers had faith they would get the case against him dropped after making his...

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