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In the spirit of South Africa 2018’s democratic opening, the Public Affairs Research Institute, working in partnership with a broader civil-society, and drawing from the expertise and experience from elsewhere in the world will facilate a national campaign to reform and reconstruct Government Institutions.
Given the failure of state institutions to fully investigate allegations of corruption and state capture, members of civil society have announced the creation of a People’s Tribunal on Economic Crime in South Africa.
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