On Wednesday, 22 February, social justice organisations are taking to the streets and the court to demand an end to the secret processes around South Africa’s biggest ever procurement deal: the R1 Trillion proposed Nuclear Deal. In December last year when this case was first brought before the Cape High Court, the Department of Energy […]Read more »
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The R2K Campaign is committed to the free flow of information for all – the right to access and share information lies at the centre of all grassroot struggles for access to information.
Wherever possible we will support member organisations and communities in asserting their rights to access information and freedom of expression.
The Right2Know Campaign welcomes the Competition Commission findings on the price fixing collusion case that has now been referred to the Tribunal for prosecution. We are dismayed to learn that this criminal activity has been going on for such a long period without being detected by the banking regulatory bodies like the Reserve bank. To […]Read more »
Right2Know welcomes the next step of the Public Protector’s much-delayed investigation into apartheid-era looting from the SA Reserve Bank. On Friday it was reported that the Public Protector’s office has finished its preliminary report into Absa’s benefitting from billions in loans made by the Reserve Bank. The Public Protector’s preliminary findings are that Absa should […]Read more »
Join the call to Stop the Secret Nuclear Deal! Next week, social justice organisations are finally getting their day in court to challenge the secretive process behind South Africa’s proposed Nuclear Deal. This follows years of secret decision and a lack of public consultation, opening the door to massive corruption on a R1-trillion deal that […]Read more »
Join the call to Stop the Secret Nuclear Deal! Download R2K’s new pamphlet on Nuclear Deal secrecy. The proposed nuclear deal has been shrouded in secrecy from the very start. Decisions have been made behind closed doors and secret deals have been struck with Russia and others. So the legitimacy of the procurement process has […]Read more »