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  • 2001
  • SOUTH AFRICA
PUBLIC PROFILE

New Group Alert!

Posted by Talitha Hlaka on 3 February 2017 11:45 AM CAT
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Attention Corruption Fighter, 

Are you all about honesty and transperancy? Introducing Izwi lami (my voice), a corruption fighting group mobolising passionate corruption fighters to stand for the truth and expose corrupt activities everywhere around them. 

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Interview with Nicky Rehbock

Posted by Talitha Hlaka on 17 January 2017 9:00 AM CAT
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Hello Corruption Fighters! 

On the recent episode of The Lens, we sat down with Nicky Rehbock, a land activist and coordinator for Land & Corruption in Africa. We learn more about her work with Land & Corruption in Africa, as well as the launch of the first ChangemakerXchange in Southern Africa - a global collaboration platform for young social entrepreneurs. Nicky tells us about the young entrepreneurs and their great ideas on fighting land-related corruption. 

Follow link below to watch the interview

http://corruptionwatchconnected.org/show/the-lens-johannesburg/video/111

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Happy new year

Posted by Talitha Hlaka on 10 January 2017 9:50 AM CAT
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Happy new year corruption fighters! We are back and continuing with the good fight against corruption.  

What have you been up to these festives, any corrupt activities you came across?

As you know, we have refreshed the website at the end of last year. We are always looking to improve and would like your feedback on the refreshed website. 

* Experienced any challenges with the new website? 

* Who have you asked for help - a friend; google, friends within the community; community manager? 

Looking forward to hearing from you. 

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Do you have a minute - or maybe 2 272?

Posted by Talitha Hlaka on 6 December 2016 9:30 AM CAT
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Dear Corruption fighters, 

Please help us raise R100.000 before Christmas and sponsor 2 272 minutes of our anti-corruption work

Keeping us alive for one minute costs R44. So the target of R100 000 before Christmas works out to 2 272 Corruption Watch minutes. Every single sponsored minute supports all aspects of our anti-corruption work, campaigns and legal activities.

 http://www.corruptionwatch.org.za/

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CW EXPOSES WIDESPREAD CORRUPTION AT HOME AFFAIRS

Posted by Talitha Hlaka on 23 November 2016 11:00 AM CAT
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For the past two years Corruption Watch, with a number of partners, has been investigating corruption in the immigration section of the Home Affairs department. On the 22nd of November 2016, Corruption Watch released a report, titled Project Lokisa: Asylum at a Price, at a gathering outside the Marabastad refugee reception office, and the picture it paints is disturbing. 

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Corruption Watch Connected site up and running

Posted by Talitha Hlaka on 23 November 2016 10:35 AM CAT
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Dear Corruption fighters, 

Please be advised that the site is up and running again. 

We have introduced The Lens, a video journal profiling corruption fighters around the country, and Stay Connected, a help group featuring the latest community updates. To learn more about our new site developments, drop us a note on the comment box below. 

 

Thank you for your patience and looking forward to your updates! 

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Who is responsible for group updates

Posted by Talitha Hlaka on 18 October 2016 11:25 AM CAT
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Often times individuals join a group and wait for the group owner/manager to feed them with updates. It is okay to first have a close look at how information and messages are shared on the group, but every individual belonging to the group, becomes a member of a community and his/her voice is just as important as the group manager.

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