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OGP - third action plan for South Africa

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SA launches third OGP national action plan
Eighteen months after the G20 set up principles to address the problem of beneficial ownership, not much has happened globally. However, in its third Open Government Partnership national action plan, launched last week, South Africa committed to taking concrete action to implement the principles.
Eighteen months after the G20 set up principles to address the problem of beneficial ownership, not much has happened globally. However, in its third Open Government Partnership national action plan, launched last week, South Africa committed to taking concrete action to implement the principles.
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Corruption Watch appears in the Constitutional Court
The Constitutional Court will hand down judgment in the Nkandla matter, brought by the EFF and the DA, on 31 March at 10h00. Follow the proceedings on our social media channels and our live stream page.
The Constitutional Court will hand down judgment in the Nkandla matter, brought by the EFF and the DA, on 31 March at 10h00. Follow the proceedings on our social media channels and our live stream page.

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Madonsela lifts lid on post office fraud
The South African Post Office must immediately attempt to recover R22m spent in irregular upfront rental payments, said public protector Thuli Madonsela on the release yesterday of her investigative report into the state-owned entity - among other recommendations.

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SA launches third OGP national action plan

South Africa hosted the Open Government Partnership (OGP) regional meeting on 5 and 6 May, in Cape Town. This year’s event was preceded by a civil society day on 4 May. The meeting took place under the theme of Open Government for Sustainable Development in Africa, and topics included the role of parliaments in OGP, tackling Read more >

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Distrust in leaders grows as corrupt eclipse graft busters

By David Lewis First published in Business Day THE results of Transparency International’s corruption perceptions index, released this week, hold mixed news for SA. Our ranking has improved from 67 in the 2014 survey to 61 out of 168 countries surveyed last year. Our score, at 44, has remained the same, with 100 perceived as Read more >

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