Whistle-blowing app to help secure convictions 08 September - By Nivashni Nair Tired of blowing the whistle on corruption without any results?
A new app launched by the Justice Alliance aims to change that. In the two weeks since the app went live, 10 cases have been reported.
The alliance's chief executive, John Smyth, said: "As soon as we find a case where there is clearly evidence dating sitecoza justifies taking the case to court, we can pass it on to prosecutions.
We felt as an organisation of lawyers we could provide for that omission by getting in touch with the Hawks and Crime Intelligence and by talking face to face with the NPA. That looks to me as a serious matter and which [has] substantial evidence.
We have only begun to investigate that. Many departments have set up internal hotlines while NGO Corruption Watch has established an online reporting channel, accessed via its website dating sitecoza mobile phone app Mxit, an SMS channel and social media channels. Mxit has also been successful with the younger population," dating sitecoza Corruption Watch's head of stakeholder management, Ronald Menoe.
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