Civil Society organisations welcome establishment of SIU Tribunal

Civil Society organisations welcome establishment of SIU Tribunal

Johannesburg 25 February 2019: SECTION27 and Corruption Watch welcome the establishment of the Special Investigative Unit (SIU) Tribunal and the appointment of senior Judges to oversee this crucial task. This…

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Shelved SIU report highlights gross financial mismanagement underpinning current Gauteng health crisis

Shelved SIU report highlights gross financial mismanagement underpinning current Gauteng health crisis

21 June 2018, Johannesburg: SECTION27, the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) and Corruption Watch are today making public a Special Investigating Unit (SIU) report that documents widespread corruption and gross financial…

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SECTION27 and Corruption Watch host civil society stakeholder meeting on the Market Inquiry

SECTION27 and Corruption Watch host civil society stakeholder meeting on the Market Inquiry

SECTION27 and Corruption Watch are hosting a civil society stakeholder meeting into the Competition Commission's Market Inquiry into the Private Health Care Sector. Tim Fish Hodgson and Janneke Saltner's presentation…

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SECTION27 releases fact sheet on the Market Inquiry into the Private Health Care Sector

SECTION27 releases fact sheet on the Market Inquiry into the Private Health Care Sector

SECTION27 has developed a fact sheet into the Market Inquiry. This publication is an easily accessible guide to the Inquiry which explains its importance. This publication has been produced ahead…

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Read a copy of Mark Heywood’s article “Corruption has created its own political economy” published in the M&G today, 5 April 2013

On the edges of Dieplsoot stands a half complete municipal building. Once intended as a library and offices, it has been surrendered to decay before it even came to life. A few years ago it seemed to symbolise a governmental intent to recognise and modernise Diepsloot. Now it’s just an unexplained shell. A free brick and building parts store.

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SECTION27 welcomes today’s launch of Corruption Watch. We call for a mass mobilisation to expose and prosecute corruption.


Today, January 26 2012, SECTION27 welcomes the launch of Corruption Watch, an independent civil society-led organisation committed to strengthening the fight against corruption in South Africa. We offer our support to its Director, Staff and Board in the challenges that lie ahead. Successfully fighting corruption in South Africa will require bravery, vision and an organisation in which millions of people can place confidence. Our country’s future – particularly the fight against poverty and inequality – depends on it.

Start today by signing the pledge at www.corruptionwatch.org.za

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