Promotion of Access to Information Act

 
Read the damning SIU report on Gauteng health department corruption
Read the damning SIU report on Gauteng health department corruption
The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) was issued a proclamation by then president Jacob Zuma in May 2010 to probe allegations of corruption at the...
ConCourt confirms voters have the right to be informed on private political funding
ConCourt confirms voters have the right to be informed on private political funding
The Constitutional Court has confirmed a ruling by the Western Cape High Court which found that the Promotion of Access to Information Act (
Tiger Brands may never know how listeria entered its plant
Tiger Brands may never know how listeria entered its plant
Tiger Brands may never know how a strain of bacteria linked by the government to the world’s deadliest outbreak of listeriosis entered its...
Court order could bankrupt South African History Archive
Court order could bankrupt South African History Archive
A high court judgement has left the South African History Archive (SAHA) reeling following a cost order which could put the organisation out of...
WATCH LIVE: Ad hoc committee on the funding of political parties reports to parly
WATCH LIVE: Ad hoc committee on the funding of political parties reports to parly
The committee was established to look into and make representations on how political parties should be funded, and what disclosures they should...
​DA to come after Gupta-linked companies with fraudulent BBBEE certificates
​DA to come after Gupta-linked companies with fraudulent BBBEE certificates
The Democratic Alliance (DA) has revealed that three Gupta-linked companies– Tegeta Resources and Exploration, Optimum Coal Mining and Trillian...
Bankers give Guptas extra time to keep records secret
Bankers give Guptas extra time to keep records secret
The Bank of Baroda has given the Gupta family and their associates until March 21 to launch legal action to keep their banking records secret in...
Court rules voters must know who funds parties: What happens next?
Court rules voters must know who funds parties: What happens next?
The Constitution requires that political parties must disclose their funding, the high court in Cape Town ruled on Wednesday. If this is confirmed...
Editorial: Public interest drives info bids
Editorial: Public interest drives info bids
Eskom, the South African Police Service and the department of basic education often come in for a public hammering. But this week, they are among a...
Apartheid-era crimes: High court bid for Reserve Bank records
Apartheid-era crimes: High court bid for Reserve Bank records
The Reserve Bank is being taken to court to release records of economic crimes dating back to South Africa’s dark apartheid past.
ConCourt puts Paia in the party-funding spotlight
ConCourt puts Paia in the party-funding spotlight
In a landmark case which is set to determine whether South Africans will find out who funds political parties, public-interest group My Vote Counts...
Court to hear issue on secret funding of political parties
Court to hear issue on secret funding of political parties
The Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA), which is supposed to ensure that any member of the public can access private or public information to which they have a right, will be a central issue before the Constitutional Court on Tuesday....

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