After four years, 300 witnesses, and almost R1 billion in expenditure, the Commission of Enquiry into State Capture delivered its report in June 2022. It contained some 350 recommendations, ranging from suggested criminal prosecutions to reform of the state procurement system and improvements to Parliament’s oversight procedures. Just over a year later, how many of these recommendations have been implemented? In particular, what has Parliament done to apply the findings of the Commission so as to ensure that state capture does not happen again?
(From the invitation)
The speakers on provided a detailed picture of progress so far and what remains to be done. Informative input was provided by all panelists, followed by a lively dicussion with an engaged audience.
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