Corruption Watch has welcomed the Constitutional Court’s decision to dismiss the application of Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) for leave to appeal a Supreme Court of Appeal judgment.
Corruption Watch says the Supreme Court of Appeal ruling that ordered Cash Paymaster Services to pay back an amount of R316 million to the South African Social Services Agency is a victory for accountability and good governance.
Corruption Watch says the appointment of a Special Investigation Tribunal is a major development in the fight against corruption in the state.
Non-Profit Organisation, Corruption Watch, says the African National Congress’ (ANC) decision to send some people that are implicated in state capture to Parliament does not inspire public confidence that the legislative body of government will play its intended oversight role.
Corruption Watch and Right2Know will bring an application in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria on Tuesday to review and set aside the findings of the Arms Procurement Commission under the leadership of Judge Willie Seriti.
Corruption Watch David Lewis says President Cyril Ramaphosa’s appointment of Advocate Hermione Cronje as Head of the new Investigating Directorate at the National Prosecuting Authority demonstrates his commitment to fighting with corruption.
Corruption Watch says it wants former Eskom CEO Brian Molefe declared a delinquent director.
Corruption Watch says declaring former board members of Eskom delinquent would touch them where it hurts the most.
Corruption Watch is calling on the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture to consider releasing interim reports, and not wait for the end of its term to inform the public of its findings.
Executive Director at Corruption Watch David Lewis, says the public would be better served if they focussed their attention on the likes of the continued deployments of Bathabile Dlamini and Nomvula Mokonyane than focussing on Pravin Gordharn who is against corruption.