Ahmed Kathrada Foundation and Pari to hold conference to curb state capture

The Ahmed Kathrada Foundation and the Public Affairs Research Institute (Pari) are holding a civil society conference on Wednesday.

The conference will focus on defeating state capture and rebuilding the state.

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Bongani Bingwa chats to Public Affairs Research Institute research fellow Thokozani Chilenga-Butao to give more insight on the scheduled conference.

The Public Affairs Research Institute has a set of three proposals that will focus on the criminal justice system, public procurement as well as hiring and dismissing people within the public service and municipalities.

Thokozani Chilenga-Butao, Research fellow - Public Affairs Research Institute

She says these proposals are direct interventions into the machinery of the government as well as areas where state capture happened.

The conference is a civil society meeting that aims to hold government accountable.

Thokozani Chilenga-Butao, Research fellow - Public Affairs Research Institute

Listen below to the full conversation:


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