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May 2, 2008

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Filed under: Mwalimu (Vol 1.1. - First Quarter 2008) — newritings @ 7:49 am

THIRD NATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION SUMMIT scheduled 8 – 9 MAY 2008, BIRCHWOO HOTEL AND CONFERENCE, KEMPTON PARK postponed yet again… (www.nacf.org.za) now it appears it will take place on 3 – 5 AUGUST 2008.

The Third National Anti-corruption Summit is hosted by National Anti-corruption Forum and the theme of the Summit is, “Towards an Integrated National Integrity Framework, Consolidating the Fight Against Corruption”. The Third National Anti-Corruption Summit presents the opportunity for all parts of South African society, namely the Public, Business and Civil Society sectors, to collectively reflect on the crafting an Integrity Framework for the country as well as the values underlying such a Framework. President of the Republic of South Africa was to have addressed the Summit. And we hoped that the president touches on the Arms deal and the serious challenges of accountability that South Africa faces. It is also an opportune time to have elections for the new leadership of the FORUM and talk of funding a radical programme of action that will tackle corruption without fear or favour.

For more information on getting into the summit contact: Mr Roderick Davids or Mr John Mentoor. Their e-mail addresses respectively are RodericksD@opsc.gov.za and JohnM@opsc.gov.za or you may fax confirmations to fax number country code 27 (12)- 012 323 2768, 27 (12) 323 8382 or 012 321 3338.

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