Have you had enough of the rampant corruption in our land?
Your help will assist us in countering the fallout of corruption – a mere portion of which includes:
- More than 34% of work-seekers in SA are unemployed
- About 55% of the population of SA lives below the poverty datum line with hunger, malnutrition, and even starvation among children
- Approximately two out of three young people under 35 years of age are NEETS, not in employment, education or training
6 Feb 2023: Countering the Corrupt conference: Reforming the Criminal Justice Administration in South Africa: Morning Session: Countering the Corrupt Conference – Reform of the Criminal Justice Administration Panel 1 and opening remarks: Countering the Corrupt Conference: Minister, NACAC and Glenister Panel 2: Countering the Corrupt Conference: Protecting whistleblowers Panel 3: Countering the Corrupt Conference: Non-trial resolutions of corruption cases Panel 4 and closing remarks: Countering the Corrupt Conference: Global, public service & ethics Afternoon Session: Countering the Corrupt Conference – Reform of the Criminal Justice Administration
Please help Accountability Now take on the corrupt.
The power lies within the hands of every citizen to come to the aid of South Africa in surviving the serious and widespread looting of the resources of our land; the endless attempts at State Capture and unchecked ongoing criminality.
The Constitutional Court has prescribed the criteria for and ordered government to put in place an adequately independent entity that is up to the task of countering the corrupt. Government is legally bound to do so. Yet it has failed miserably, as can been seen from the inadequate anti-corruption work done by and vast backlogs created in the offices of the Hawks and National Prosecuting Authority in the past decade.
The time has come for compliance and change.
Accountability Now is a non-profit organisation that fights corruption by upholding the Constitution and is currently preparing to approach the courts to compel government to comply properly with the court orders made in the Glenister cases that clearly set out the binding criteria it has so slovenly ignored.
Litigation is costly and your tax-deductible donation – no matter how big or small – is much needed.
If you value peace that is secure, progress that is sustainable and prosperity that is equitably shared, please support our campaign.
In the famous words of our late Patron, Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu:
“Do your little bit of good where you are; it’s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.”
A visit to the Chapter Nine Institution page on our website will reveal further details of the work we do to counter the corrupt. Feel free to download the free eBook “Countering the Corrupt” – also available as an audiobook.
Donations may be made via the Paypal facility on our website contribute to the worldwide fundraising campaign that we have launched.