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LETTER: Bold anti-graft step necessary

It must obviously be a priority of the newly installed national cabinet to get SA off the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) greylist as soon as possible. Tinkering by the Treasury won’t do. (“SA working to exit FATF greylist by June 2025, says Treasury”, July 2)....

LETTER: Hlophe’s ‘illegal’ entry

Your thoughtful editorial opinion on the entry into parliament of the former and recently impeached Cape judge president, John Hlophe, deserves a little fleshing out for further consideration (“The politics of vengeance”, June 25). A learned legal academic, Loammi...

Aberratio Ictus on fighting corruption

Paul Hoffman says there is no need for a separate system of courts to hear corruption cases For the benefit of readers who have forgotten their Latin, here is a googled definition of the term that is adequate for present purposes: "Aberratio ictus means the going...

The first big test of the GNU

Before the GNU was formed, the DA gave official notice of its intention to proceed with the parliamentary processing of its two private member’s bills aimed at establishing constitutionally compliant anti-corruption machinery of state through the creation of a new...

LETTER: ANC unity theme elusive

The article by David Lewis, “Election a test of Ramaphosa’s decisive leadership”, June 5, refers. Cyril Ramaphosa espouses unity and renewal as his main themes for the ANC. The rise of the uMkhonto weSizwe party and the fall of ANC support to 40% both suggest that...

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