Right to Know campaign

 
Who's keeping an eye on South Africa’s spies? Nobody, and that’s the problem
Who's keeping an eye on South Africa’s spies? Nobody, and that’s the problem
Once again South Africa’s intelligence services are embroiled in controversy, apparently involved in dirty tricks and criminal activity.
National key point case - police minister's argument is 'indefensible'
National key point case - police minister's argument is 'indefensible'
Saying a place is a national key point (NKP), and that this will endanger the state, is indefensible, counsel for the Right2Know Campaign...
Editorial: Keeping secrets safe
Editorial: Keeping secrets safe
The special committee in the National Council of Provinces considering the Bill has worked hard over the last few months, consulting widely,...
Commercial TV elbows aside community interests
Commercial TV elbows aside community interests
The airwaves are a limited electromagnetic spectrum that is needed to carry radio, TV, cellphone and other broadcast signals. Like the original theft...
When public interest could trump NPA confidentiality
When public interest could trump NPA confidentiality
In 2009 a journalist requested information from Eskom on the pricing formulae in long-term bulk-purchase agreements between Eskom and Billiton for...
Mac attack smacks of self-interest, says Right2Know
Mac attack smacks of self-interest, says Right2Know
Mac Maharaj's disingenuous attack on the Right2Know campaign, "Mac: This is why M&G must be charged" (August 3 to 9),...
[Video]Secrecy sleuth: We grill the guru
[Video]Secrecy sleuth: We grill the guru
Murray Hunter wants us to have the right to know. But how comfortable is he talking about his private life? 200 Young South Africans will be revealed June 22.

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