EUSEBIUS MCKAISER | Court demands campaign transparency but voter vigilance is key

The court judgment is a victory against corruption that feeds on a culture of non-disclosure

20 September 2022 - 21:01

Given the depressing power cuts and an orgy of dull monarchical news coverage, you could be forgiven for rolling your eyes at me for saying there is one major positive news item today worth celebrating. No, really, I mean that. The Constitutional Court has handed down a judgment in favour of investigative news outfit amaBhungane, and against President Cyril Ramaphosa. At issue is the value of transparency, and we had better pay attention to the detail, so let’s dig in...

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