Latest articles on Political Party Funding Bill

Calls for regulation of internal party election funding

Revelations of Ramaphosa’s massive spending to beat Zuma are driving calls for more oversight of party funding

Elections: The great democratic swindle

The trust in democratic institutions in South Africa is in decline and there is general ambivalence towards constitutionalism

Parties strain against Funding Act

The ANC and DA rarely agree, but on the issue of party funding both camps feel the new law is far too strict

Maimane prepared to open DA’s books to show transparency

Maimane says the DA would never "accept money from any business that in fact has been involved in corrupt dealings"

Bosasa saga would have been above board had Party Funding Bill been enacted

My Vote Counts and other civil society organisations have been putting pressure on President Cyril Ramaphosa to enact the Bill

Anxiety grows over party funding Bill

​Civil society groups fear President Cyril Ramaphosa is being lobbied about not signing the Political Party Funding Bill until after the 2019 election

Toughen up party funding Bill, NGOs say

Secret donations may soon be a thing of the past if civil society groups get their way in Parliament

Party funding Bill adopted in National Assembly

The Bill will pave the way for political parties to declare who funds them.

WATCH LIVE: Ad hoc committee on the funding of political parties reports to parly

Parliament conducted its own ad hoc committee process to review how political parties are funded

ANC’s running costs rising sharply

The ruling party’s financial report reveals that the fractured state of the ANC – and the country – is threatening the party’s money flow

DA: ConCourt to settle funding impasse

So far the ANC and the UDM have advocated for a fund to be managed by the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC)

Editorial: Stay vigilant on party funding Bill

"The right to vote is significantly diluted when voters do not know who funds political parties"

Infographic: Radical changes to party funding

This is what a current Draft Political Party Funding Bill proposes

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