Latest articles on Khampepe Report

Mbeki misunderstands our culture of accountability

Thabo Mbeki presents a distorted picture of what the presidency's defence against publishing the Khampepe report actually was - and why it failed.

Mbeki: We owe no one an apology

Former president Thabo Mbeki responds to an M&G Khampepe editorial that said he "connived in the subversion of democracy in a neighbouring state".

Editorial: Mbeki betrayed democracy

The Khampepe report shows just how easy it is for leaders to reject the rights of citizens. South Africa may well be on the same slippery slope.

Tsvangirai: SA aided subversion of Zim democratic process

MDC-T's Morgan Tsvangirai has chastised the South African government for sweeping the Khampepe report under the carpet.

Can Khampepe change how elections are monitored?

The release of the Khampepe report is a hollow victory if independent organisations do not change the way they monitor African elections in future.

Khampepe report ‘vindicates’ civil society, opposition

Zim opposition parties and civil organisations say the report's findings "have vindicated us", are "spot on" and show Africa has a long way to go.

Khampepe: Zim’s 2002 elections not free and fair

The findings of the much-coveted Khampepe report, finally made public on Friday, found that the 2002 Zimbabwe elections were not "free and fair".

M&G wins right to view Khampepe Report on Zim elections

After a five year battle to access a report into vote-rigging during the 2002 Zimbabwe elections, the Concourt has finally ruled in the M&G's favour.

Constitutional values hinge on Khampepe

A lawyer involved in the case to release the secret report believes the highest of stakes are on the line.

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