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We will need to learn how to support communities in the things that need government intervention, and to stay out of the things that do not
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Kimi Makwetu se laaste verslag as ouditeur-generaal voordat hy oorlede is, het ’n paar munisipaliteite geïdentifiseer wie se sake ‘’n goeie storie van gedissiplineerde besteding vertel, wat waarde vir geld behaal’.
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Auditor-General Kimi Makwetu’s last report before he died identified a few municipalities whose accounts tell a ‘good story of disciplined spending that achieves value for money’.
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Advocate Muzi Sikhakhane’s critique indicates an unresolved vacillation at the heart of hearings
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This conversation with the Indian-born essayist, novelist and historian Pankaj Mishra, took place before the US elections.
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Thuli Madonsela suggests an amnesty can help to clean up corruption.
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Public servants and officials are the heart of the black middle class and, outside the large metros, provincial government employees, councillors and local government officials are the black middle class, full stop.
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Earlier in the outgoing month, it was the commissioning of the Pan-African Heritage World Museum right in the heart of the bastion of Pan-Africanism in Africa, Accra-Ghana, that rekindled the hope of a transforming Africa.
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It's been over two years since the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture kicked off. Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo and his team are investigating a series of allegations of corruption in the organs of state. Thulasizwe speaks to former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela, a researcher from Public Affairs Research Institute Ivor Chipkin, and journalist...
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The idea of unconditional basic income has recently entered the mainstream and it is now “trending” in the Global North and the Global South.
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