Streaming issues? Report here
Azania Moaka 702 Gradient Azania Moaka 702 Gradient
The Azania Mosaka Show
13:00 - 15:00
volume_up
volume_mute

Up Next: Afternoon Drive with John Perlman
See full line-up
The Azania Mosaka Show
13:00 - 15:00
Home
arrow_forward
Local

We will ensure enough evidence is available right up to prosecution - SACC

10 August 2020 10:49 AM
Tags:
Nelson Mandela Foundation
Ahmed Kathrada Foundation
South African Council of Churches
AntiCorruption

The South African Council of Churches says there is no conscientious South African who is not fed up and disgusted by corruption.

The South African Council of Churches (SACC) together with the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation, the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation, the Nelson Mandela Foundation, the Foundation for Human Rights and the Council for the Advancement of South African Constitution (CASAC) are calling on all South Africans to act against corruption.

South African Council of Churches' Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana joined Ray White who is standing in on the Breakfast show on his dismay towards the corruption that is happening in the country.

We believe that there is no conscientious South African who is not frustrated, fed up and absolutely disgusted by the insensitive corruption.

Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana - South African Council of Churches

RELATED: 'Eradicate chauvinism, sexism and patriarchy. They enable oppression of women'

In the next coming weeks, the SACC will work together with academics and legal experts to work against corruption in the country, including the reopening of the "Unburdening Panel" for whistle-blowers and public servants to report corruption.

It is often said we don’t have enough evidence, we don’t’ have enough fit. We will help, we will make sure it is available right up to prosecution.

Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana - South African Council of Churches

We will find the space where these operations are happening and we shall identify and flush them out.

Bishop Malusi Mpumlwana - South African Council of Churches

Mpumlwana says the citizens are responsible for standing up against corruption and to stop South Africa being identified with corruption.

Listen below for the full interview ...


10 August 2020 10:49 AM
Tags:
Nelson Mandela Foundation
Ahmed Kathrada Foundation
South African Council of Churches
AntiCorruption

More from Local

black-student-male-laptop-study-online-learning-technology-digital-divide-123f

South African schools push for introduction of digital skills

25 September 2020 11:52 AM

The government will be introducing coding and robotics to enable children to function, find employment and create jobs.

Share this:
Read More arrow_forward

healthcare-worker-frontline-Covid-19-hospital-staff-PPE-face-shield-mask-123rf

'We must emphasise physical distancing, wearing of face masks and hand hygiene'

25 September 2020 9:18 AM

Prof Adrian Puren says we must understand that people are still getting infected and dying because of COVID-19.

Share this:
Read More arrow_forward

national_lottery.jpg

Diverted Lotto millions: 'Can we please get to holding people to account!'

24 September 2020 6:58 PM

Outa's Stefanie Fick urges the speedy investigation of allegations against the suspended COO of the National Lotteries Commission.

Share this:
Read More arrow_forward

Covid-19 corruption 123rf 123rfbusiness 123rfpolitics

Doctors seeing an increase in COVID-19 cases in Joburg

24 September 2020 4:34 PM

Dr Karin van der Merwe says people must not drop their guards and the elderly and the and vulnerable must maintain their distance.

Share this:
Read More arrow_forward

kinnearjpg

Suspect arrested for assassination of Charl Kinnear

24 September 2020 2:14 PM

Hawks spokesperson Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi says they are expecting more arrests to be made as they have found information.

Share this:
Read More arrow_forward

alcohol-bar-drink-drinking-restaurant-liquor-hospitality-wine-beer-whiskey-123rf

Trade-off needed between state and businesses 'to tackle alcohol problem'

24 September 2020 1:24 PM

Journalist Carlos Amato says we need to reassess the way the state has been dealing with the alcohol industry for many years.

Share this:
Read More arrow_forward

Punki Modise

'Whatever you are passionate about make a success of it' Absa exec Punki Modise

24 September 2020 12:17 PM

When banking was declared an essential service, for her that really cut deep, making her realise they help with the economy.

Share this:
Read More arrow_forward

200922-ramaphosa-edjpg

What has South Africa achieved in the United Nations Security Council?

24 September 2020 9:59 AM

Ambassador Mxolisi Nkosi says South Africa has made a huge influence in the UN Security council within a short period of time.

Share this:
Read More arrow_forward

car-agreementjpg

Wheels come off for YapYap clients (recall the 'new car for R699 a month' guy?)

23 September 2020 8:00 PM

The originator of the scheme is the man behind the 'Drive a new car for R699 a month' fiasco years back, warns Wendy Knowler.

Share this:
Read More arrow_forward

City Power

City Power cuts electricity in Dainfern as 'posh suburb' owes R13-million

23 September 2020 2:16 PM

Spokesperson Isaac Mangena says people will be surprised that those people who can afford are actually defaulting on payments.

Share this:
Read More arrow_forward