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Glenister Case

The Constitutional Court Judgment in the Glenister Case

Helen Suzman Foundation v President of the Republic of South Africa and Others; Glenister v President of the Republic of South Africa and Others The Constitutional Court judgment in the matter concerning the independence of the anti-corruption unit in the South African Police Service (SAPS), informally known as the “Hawks”. Application for confirmation of the […]

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Corruption: The ANC Has A Tall Story To Tell

William Baepi calls himself a “street patroller”. He lives in Meadowlands, Soweto and recently had the opportunity of engaging in a lively way with the secretary general of the ANC, Gwede Mantashe, when the latter did some door-to-door canvassing in Soweto. The exchange covered a variety of topics, one of which touched on the subject […]

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Freedom Or Corruption – Joining The Dots

It is interesting that in the week in which the nineteenth anniversary of the attainment of freedom in South Africa is celebrated, President Jacob Zuma feels the need to defend the track record of the ANC government on corruption. The President is quite right to make the connection between the ravages of corruption and the […]

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Here Is The Thing About Corruption Mr Godsell

It is so invigorating to read that the National Development Plan (NDP) is “seeking to grow the economy threefold in the next 17 years”. [Business Report 7 March “NDP opens path to engage government”]. Planning Commissioner Bobby Godsell’s invitation to “identify constraints” is a not to be missed opportunity for business. His focus on market […]

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