The Ahmed Kathrada Foundation and Public Affairs Research Institute (PARI) invite you to their upcoming one-day conference:

CIVIL SOCIETY – DEFEATING STATE CAPTURE AND REBUILDING THE STATE: Taking Stock and Moving Forward

Date: Wednesday, 23 October 2019

Time: Registration from 8am to 8.45am. Programmme ends at 6.30pm

Venue: Mancosa Campus, 1 Cedar Avenue, Auckland Park, Johannesburg

The line-up includes:

  • Former Constitutional Court Justice, Johann Kriegler – How state capture continues to erode Constitutional democracy
  • Former Deputy Minister of Finance, and author of After Dawn – Hope after State Capture, Mcebisi Jonas – The role of civil society in protecting state institutions from capture
  • SARS Commissioner Edward Kieswetter on how the Nugent Commission’s recommendations are being implemented
  • Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, John Jeffery, and SALGA CEO, Xolile George, debating key issues affecting reform of appointment/removal processes in the criminal justice system and local government.
  • Journalist Sarah Smit providing an analysis of evidence emerging from the Zondo Commission.
  • Integrity Commissioner at the North West Provincial Legislature and former Registrar of Members’ Interest at Parliament, Fazela Mahomed, on what mechanisms civil society can use to hold government accountable.
  • Hearing from civil society organisations at the frontlines of tackling state capture, using lawfare, public advocacy and Parliamentary oversight.

Register to attend by clicking here and filling in the form. Alternatively, follow this link: https://pari.org.za/register-civil-society-defeating-state-capture-and-rebuilding-the-state/

(It is essential to RSVP. Confirmation of RSVPs is on a first come first serve basis. Right of admission is reserved. For enquiries contact: 076 243 1185).

SUBSCRIBE NOW

Subscribe to our Newsletter.

CONTACT US

General enquiries:
Tel: +27 (0)11 854 0082
Fax: +27 (0)11 852 8786
info@kathradafoundation.org

Media enquiries:
Tel: +27 (0)76 243 1185
media@kathradafoundation.org

Youth enquiries:
youth@kathradafoundation.org

FIND US

Signet Terrace Office Park,
Block B, Suite 2
19 Guinea-Fowl Street
Lenasia, Gauteng, 1827
South Africa

P.O. Box 10621
Lenasia, Gauteng, 1820
South Africa

ABOUT FOUNDATION

In pursuing its core objective
of deepening non-racialism,
the Ahmed Kathrada Foundation
will:

Promote the values, rights
and principles enshrined in the
Freedom Charter and the
Constitution of the
Republic of South Africa;

Collect, record, promote and
display, through historical
artefacts and contemporary
material.

Search

Contact Us