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28 May 2017
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23 Feb 2017
Confronting the Corrupt
The infamous Seriti Commission into the arms deal. The Glenister case following the disbanding of the Scorpions. Busting open the bread manufacturers' cartel.
27 Jan 2017
More time for Zuma to weigh in on Absa bailout
President Jacob Zuma has been granted an extension until the end of February to submit comment on the public protector’s report implicating Absa in an apartheid era-bailout, the Presidency said on...
16 Jan 2017
Madonsela conducted Absa probe mostly on her own
Former public protector Thuli Madonsela did most of the work on the Absa R2.25-billion bailout probe by herself because staff were against it and already overworked, she told the Cape Town Press...
29 Apr 2016
FW de Klerk Foundation: New CFCR Director
The FW de Klerk Foundation is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Phephelaphi Dube to succeed Adv Johan Kruger as the Director of the Centre for Constitutional Rights (CFCR), with effect from...
15 Apr 2016
SA: Constitutional Review Committee holds Public Hearings
The Joint Constitutional Review Committee today held public hearings on the legacy submissions made to the Committee during the previous Parliament. The Committee received four submissions....
14 Apr 2016
Cold facts and warm bodies: Jacob Zuma's quest for justice without law
South African President Jacob Zuma’s remarks about the law last week to the National House of Traditional Leaders in Pretoria were cryptic. But the timing was telling. ‘I think we can resolve these...
23 Feb 2016
FW de Klerk Foundation: Statement on Adv Johan Kruger
The FW de Klerk Foundation is sad to announce that Adv Johan Kruger, the Director of the Centre for Constitutional Rights, will be leaving the Centre at the end of February. Adv Kruger will be...
06 Oct 2015
The Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (POPCRU) is a public sector union organising over 160 000 workers in the South African Police Service, Correctional Services and Traffic components. As a...
PPSA: Public Protector Thuli Madonsela notes Black First Land First protest
Public Protector Advocate Thuli Madonsela has noted the impromptu protest by members of the Black First Land First organisation at her offices in Pretoria on Tuesday, 06 October 2015. She has...
30 Sep 2015
Has SA lost R700-billion to corruption since ’94? Why the calculation is wrong
It’s been stated as fact that South Africa has lost R700 billion in public money to corruption since the advent of democracy in 1994. But how does one measure the cost of hidden and illegal crime?...
18 Aug 2015
INVITATION - Public Panel on the Reinstatement of the Joint Parliamentary Committee on HIV & AIDS
What's On
We, as South African civil society organisations, renew our demand that the Joint Committee on HIV & AIDS (JCHIV) be reinstated, and we request the participation of all South Africans to join us in...
21 Jul 2015
Daily Podcast – July 21, 2015
Making headlines: 'Brics' bank launches in Shanghai, to work with Asian Investment Infrastructure Bank. US President Barack Obama endorses Nigerian leader's agenda for defeating Boko Haram. And, a...
Private group lays charges against Zuma, Masutha
Charges of corruption and defeating the ends of justice have been laid against President Jacob Zuma and Justice Minister Michael Masutha over the R17-million payout to former National Director of...
09 Jun 2015
Solidarity: Affirmative action infringements in South Africa heading to the UN
During the past two months, more than 300 000 South African across the entire race and political spectrum showed support for Solidarity’s complaint to the United Nations (UN) about affirmative...
08 Jun 2015
Titus, Govender, Hoffman and others to give input into Solidarity’s UN shadow report
What's On
Several opinion formers will give their input at a conference in Cape Town organised to obtain input into Solidarity’s complaint to the UN against the South African government. This conference will...
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