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Ntlemeza’s forced retirement welcomed as instance of State capture rollback, more will follow

20th September 2017 The Helen Suzman Foundation and fellow nonprofit public interest organization Freedom Under Law said on Wednesday that they were pleased with the forced retirement of former Directorate of Priority Crime Investigation boss General Berning Ntlemeza following his failed legal battle to be... 

Nedlac rejects union bias claims

7th September 2017 The National Economic Development and Labour Council (Nedlac) on Thursday rebuffed claims that it was biased when issuing Section 77 certificates to applying trade unions.  Section 77 certificates protect workers who take part in socioeconomic protests. 

Transparency, human survival highlighted in panel discussion on business and SDGs at Responsible Business Forum

1st September 2017 The second day of the Responsible Business Forum kicked off in Johannesburg on Friday with a focus on business’s role in the realisation of the 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, which was adopted by world leaders in September 2015. The event... 

Public urged to participate in police leadership survey

15th August 2017 Nonprofit organisation Corruption Watch (CW) and the Institute for Security Studies (ISS) have launched a survey, on the eve of the commemoration of the Marikana massacre, seeking public input on the selection of the new South African Police Service (Saps) national commissioner and the head of... 

Business supports marches planned for next week

3rd August 2017 Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA) has come out in support of the national action and planned marches around Parliament by various groupings, set to take place next Tuesday between 12:00 and 14:00, amid MPs much-anticipated voting in the motion of no confidence bought against President Jacob... 

S Africans satisfied with improvements in metros – survey

3rd August 2017 South Africans have seen a marked improvement in the performance of local government aside from the metropolitans Cape Town and Buffalo City, according to an Ipsos survey conducted after the local government elections on August 3. The Khayabus study, for which 3 598 South Africans 15 years and... 

State capture is about ‘stealing State resources’ – Gordhan

27th July 2017 Former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Wednesday that State capture was about “stealing State resources” and that it was a no-go area for him and his former deputy Mcebisi Jonas. Gordhan and Jonas both addressed a seminar organised by the University of Johannesburg, on State capture,... 

Civil society unites to combat State capture

18th July 2017 Representatives from over 130 civil society organisations gathered on Tuesday at the Conference for the Future of South Africa, in Johannesburg, to publicly unite South Africa against corruption, State capture and the abuse of power by President Jacob Zuma’s government. The conference, organised... 

Outa welcomes Myeni’s SAA departure

14th July 2017 The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) on Friday welcomed Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s announcement that South African Airways (SAA) chairperson Dudu Myeni would not serve another term on the board.  Her term expires on August 31 and a new board chairperson will be appointed at the SAA... 

ANC conference discussions must be informed by unity – Zuma

30th June 2017 President Jacob Zuma says the fifth African National Congress (ANC) National Policy Conference must be informed by unity – which is the rock upon in which the ANC was founded 100 years ago.   Addressing ANC delegates in Johannesburg on Friday, Zuma said the ANC was taught by its founding leaders... 

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