Watch Open Secrets’ Head of Investigations Michael Marchant for a webinar conversation with Professor Lukas Muntingh (Dullah Omar Institute), Mbekezeli Benjamin (Judges Matter) and Ra’eesa Pather (Open Secrets) who will help us grapple with how we can seek justice and restitution for state capture crimes.
Watch Open Secrets’ Zen Mathe in conversation with Moira Campbell (Corruption Watch), Devi Pillay (Public Affairs Research Institute-PARI) and Luthando Vilakazi (Open Secrets) who grapple with how we can address the social costs of state capture and seek restitution for the damage caused.
🛩🛩🛩 Wanted: The State Capture Conspirators. Coming 30 June. Music: Abidoza and Major League DJz-Le Plane E’Landile Video production and editing: Luvo Mnyobe, Open Secrets
Digital Profiteers: The digitalisation of the South African welfare state explained Open Secrets TV Who are the digital profiteers lining up at the trough of the South African digital welfare state? Illustrator Brandan Reynolds and Open Secrets’ investigators Abby May and Zen Mathe breakdown the findings of Open Secrets’ investigation, Digital Profiteers: Who Profits Next…
Coming soon on Open Secrets TV… Digital Profiteers Illustrated Date: 20 May 2022 Time: 18:00 (Johannesburg) Where: Open Secrets TV Have you read Open Secrets’ latest investigative report, Digital Profiteers: Who Profits Next from Social Grants? No? Perhaps you’ve planning to get round to it, but life, work and that series you have been bingeing,…
On 29 March 2022, Open Secrets and Black Sash together with over 60 activists hosted a workshop on Digital Profiteering at Community House in Cape Town. In this video Open Secrets’ Investigator, Ra’eesa Pather speaks to one of the workshop participants Feziwe Sigqumo about the digitalisation of the COVID-19 Social Relief of Distress grant system.
The following is a recap of the work we’ve done on the Apartheid banks. Otherwise known as Belgium’s Kredietbank (now known as KBC Group) and its sister bank in Luxembourg (then known as KBL, but changed its name to Quintet Private Bank in 2020 shortly after Open Secrets handed over its docket to the NPA).…
This investigative report shows that the systems that enable grand corruption and state capture are global in nature, and that private sector elites are central to the problem.
On the 11th and 12th of June 2019 Corruption Watch South Africa and Right to Know Campaign (R2K) are at the High Court in Gauteng to present their review application into the Seriti Commission. Michael Marchant and Mamello Mosiana from Open Secrets, in a short informal video, discuss the process that led to this step.
Watch the trailer for our podcast series with Sound Africa: They Killed Dulcie.