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LETTER: Dikgang Moseneke’s slumber

The use of the phrase “we went to sleep for 10 years” (on former president Jacob Zuma’s watch) by the outgoing Wits chancellor and former deputy chief justice Dikgang Moseneke, was part commentary and part confession. The commentary has been widely responded to, the confession not. Moseneke was one of the co-authors of the seminal […]

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Accountability Now media release

Accountability Now & CTPC challenge government to establish an integrity commission to deal with Hawks dysfunctionality Cape Town, 26 September 2018: Anti-corruption watchdog, Accountability Now and the Cape Town Peace Centre have challenged the dysfunctionality of the Hawks, in a letter of demand and accompanying draft affidavit to the state attorney and to government. The […]

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LETTER: Hawks need sharp talons

Spare a thought for the new Hawks boss, Godfrey Lebeya, as he prepares for what will have to be a comprehensive clean-out of the corrupt and those who attempted to capture the state. Not only does President Cyril Ramaphosa profess (or is it feign?) inexplicable ignorance of the extent of state capture, he has chosen […]

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An anti-corruption court and a TRC for the corrupt – really?

It is reported that the Catholic Bishops Conference favours the establishment of a specialised anti corruption court, while the SA Council of Churches is flirting with the idea of a TRC type process for the corrupt. Both of these proposals have the constitutionalists reaching for the eau de pippleparrot. Proposals that are not carefully thought […]

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