AfriForum’s anti-corruption unit was established in 2016 and officially rolled-out in October 2016.
The establishment of the unit was necessitated by the fact that corruption is busy spreading like a cancer among the Zuma government and is quickly forcing the country on its knees.
The unit’s purpose is to identify corruption among highly-placed government officials, to have corruption charges investigated by experienced investigators, to ensure that criminal charges are filed, to apply pressure for prosecution by exposing corruption in the public, as well as to conduct public campaigns against corruption.
AfriForum’s Anti-corruption Unit and Paul O’Sullivan unveils corrupt dealings of high-ranking state officials
AfriForum launched its Anti-corruption Unit in cooperation with Paul O’Sullivan, Forensic Investigator and certified Fraud Examiner, at a media conference in Centurion today. The civil rights organisation has long...
AfriForum’s launched its national campaign against the misuse of taxpayer money, “Genoeg is Genoeg” (enough is enough), at a media conference in Centurion today. As part of this campaign, AfriForum will visit eight provinces in the next two weeks, during which...
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