“Food for Thought” Breakfast Session: Corruption and Tech

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“Food for Thought” Breakfast Session: Corruption and Tech
08:00 to 10:00 - 28 November 2019
Tshimologong Precinct, 41 Juta St, Johannesburg, 2001

In partnership with Corruption Watch we hosted a Food for Thought breakfast session on how technology can prevent, detect and fight corruption in South Africa.

Corruption undermines the effectiveness of institutions, diminishes public trust and hinders the realisation of human rights. Its prevalence in South Africa and the seeming lack of accountability attached to perpetrators has arguably resulted in the public’s corruption-fatigue. Join us as we explore the innovative nature of technology and its capacity to mitigate corruption in South Africa.

Our Panelists

    1. Tara Davis - Attorney at Corruption Watch
    2. Melusi Ncala - Researcher for Corruption Watch
    3. Lohan Spies - Co-founder DIDx
    4. Dr Paul Kariuki - Executive Director at Democracy Development Program (DDP)
    5. Gugu Nonjinge - Afrobarometer Communications Coordinator for Southern Africa

The CTIN monthly “food for thought” breakfast sessions are intended to offer a platform for collective information sharing / shared learning; profiling (and analysing) of innovative initiatives and practices; topical civic tech community conversations; and networking. Subscribe to our newsletter to stay updated.

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  • 8:00 - 10:00 : Breakfast Session

    “Food for Thought” Corruption and Tech


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