The polls are now open in the voting phase of Transparency International's Unmask the Corrupt campaign to highlight the most symbolic cases of grand corruption. Voting closes on 9 February 2016. TI will then look at the cases that have received the most votes and will openly discuss with all how the corrupt should be punished.

The polls are now open in the voting phase of Transparency International's Unmask the Corrupt campaign to highlight the most symbolic cases of grand corruption. Voting closes on 9 February 2016. TI will then look at the cases that have received the most votes and will openly discuss with all how the corrupt should be punished.

Transparency International's 2015 African corruption survey shows that more than half of Africans (58%) said that corruption has increased over the past year, while 14% think that it has stayed the same and only 22% think that it has decreased.

Global corruption watchdog Transparency International recently launched its African edition of the Global Corruption Barometer, which was conducted in partnership with Afrobarometer.

Local government elections will take place on 3 August this year. This is the chance for citizens to vote for the people who they believe will best look after their service delivery interests such as water and electricity; the maintenance of parks, roads and other public spaces; and the implementation of housing projects.

Local government elections will take place on 3 August this year. A recent survey highlights the best and the worst of local municipalities, but in such comparisons it's important to factor in their various economic backgrounds.

The Pretoria High Court recently handed down a biting judgment which found that the decision, made by former acting national director of public prosecutions Mokotedi Mpshe, to drop corruption charges against South Africa's president was irrational and should be reviewed and set aside.

Court sets aside decision to drop Zuma charges - Corruption Watch

Take part in our Bua Mzansi survey and let us know the qualities that you would like to see in your new public protector. This will help the nomination process by allowing people to exactly match the qualities of potential nominees to the requirements.

Take part in our Bua Mzansi survey and let us know the qualities that you would like to see in your new public protector. This will help the nomination process by allowing people to exactly match the qualities of potential nominees to the requirements.

Corruption Watch recently held a workshop with its youth forum on media training, specifically to equip the members with skills for representing Corruption Watch in the media.

Corruption Watch recently held a workshop with its youth forum on media training, specifically to equip the members with skills for representing Corruption Watch in the media.

Our new three-part Bua Mzansi series looks at the careers of South Africa’s three public protectors to date. In part three, we focus on Thuli Madonsela, who, with her team, has raised the image and reputation of the institution to unprecedented heights.

Our new three-part Bua Mzansi series looks at the careers of South Africa’s three public protectors to date. In part three, we focus on Thuli Madonsela, who, with her team, has raised the image and reputation of the institution to unprecedented heights.

Our first three-part Bua Mzansi series looks at the careers of South Africa’s three public protectors to date. Part two focuses on Lawrence Mushwana, the predecessor of incumbent Thuli Madonsela.

Our new three-part Bua Mzansi series looks at the careers of South Africa’s three public protectors to date. In part three, we focus on Thuli Madonsela, who, with her team, has raised the image and reputation of the institution to unprecedented heights.

Our first three-part Bua Mzansi series looks at the careers of South Africa’s three public protectors to date. Part one starts with Selby Baqwa, who helped establish the Chapter 9 institution in 1995.

Our first three-part Bua Mzansi series looks at the careers of South Africa’s three public protectors to date. Part one starts with Selby Baqwa, who helped establish the Chapter 9 institution in

Corruption Watch’s executive director David Lewis spoke to financial journalist Hanna Ziady of Moneyweb, regarding the implications of the leaked Panama Papers.

Corruption Watch’s executive director David Lewis spoke to financial journalist Hanna Ziady of Moneyweb, regarding the implications of the leaked Panama Papers.

Read our FAQ on local elections to understand why your vote is not only important when it comes to national elections – it’s at municipal level where government and citizens meet directly.

Read our FAQ on local elections to understand why your vote is not only important when it comes to national elections – it’s at municipal level where government and citizens meet directly.

In the wake of the Panama Papers revelations, Transparency International (TI) calls on the international community to act immediately to adopt transparency laws to outlaw secret companies.

In the wake of the Panama Papers revelations, Transparency International (TI) calls on the international community to act immediately to adopt transparency laws to outlaw secret companies.

Corruption Watch applauds the Constitutional Court judgment, handed down at the end of March, which finds that the rulings of the Public Protector are binding and can only be set aside upon judicial review.

CW welcomes ConCourt Nkandla ruling - Corruption Watch

t’s one thing to practice ethical behaviour in your personal and professional life, but it’s another thing when you are ordered to behave unethically by your boss. What do you do, in that case?

t’s one thing to practice ethical behaviour in your personal and professional life, but it’s another thing when you are ordered to behave unethically by your boss. What do you do, in that case?

If you thought there was nothing you as an individual could do, think again! Let 2016 be the year you stand up and say: “So far, and no farther." - you'll find many suggestions in our list of possible anti-corruption activities.

If you thought there was nothing you as an individual could do, think again! Let 2016 be the year you stand up and say: “So far, and no farther." - you'll find many suggestions in our list of possible anti-corruption activities.

The votes are in, and the hero and zero of the year for 2015 are, respectively, Colonel Hansia Hansraj, head of the Goodwood police station, and police minister Nathi Nhleko.

Our hero for 2015 is Colonel Hansia Hansraj of the Goodwood police station, who successfully chased down former provincial police commissioner Arno Lamoer, and our zero for the year is police minister Nathi Nhleko.

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