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Mwalimu - Vol 1.2 - Second Quarter 2008  
EDITORIAL
Recently, I have been following how state-government departments and private institutions and organisations respond to users - citizens (and even consumers) concerns and rights. These experiences are based largely on my own (more recent) activism which I hope may find resonance wider.

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MWALIMU - Vol 1.1. - First Quarter 2008  
BUILD PEOPLE’S POWER IN THE FIGHT AGAINST CORRUPTION, LACK OF TRANSPARENCY AND UNACCOUNTABILITY

EDITORIAL
This first newsletter of Transparency South Africa takes its name from Africa’s most respected figure, Julius Nyerere (1922 – 1999). The former president of Tanzania was known widely by the name of his former profession, Mwalimu (which means teacher in Swahili).

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Transparency International gravely concerned by allegations of election irregularities in Kenya  
Nairobi / Berlin, 7 Jan 2008 - Transparency International Kenya and the global Transparency International (TI) movement are gravely concerned by serious allegations of election irregularities in recent Kenyan elections and the violent unrest they precipitated. The questions of transparency and integrity hanging over the presidential election in particular have the potential to fatally undermine governance and the fight against corruption in Kenya.
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World campaign for in-depth reform of the System of International Institutions  
Please support the campaign in support of the in-depth reform of international institutions, a call to action by citizens and world leaders to deal with poverty, injustice, environmental degradation and global abuses of power by the powerful countries.
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Persistent corruption in low-income countries requires global action  
Concerted efforts needed in rich and poor countries to stem flow of corrupt monies and make justice work for the poorest

London/Berlin, 26 September 2007 -- The divide in perceived levels of corruption in rich and poor countries remains as sharp as ever, according to the 2007 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), released today by Transparency International, the global coalition against corruption. Developed and developing countries must share responsibility for reducing corruption, in tackling both the supply and demand sides.

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