OUTA has been investigating and researching many incidents and cases related to corruption within a number of state-owned entities and government departments over the past two years.
“We are pleased that our work related to the issue of state capture within Eskom, which we have presented to Parliament has been handed over to the State Capture Inquiry team. We look forward to the start of the public hearings in August and will do what we can to support inquiry in any way they require,” said Ben Theron, OUTA COO.
We trust, however, that this inquiry will ensure that the people who are implicated in the serious transgressions of state capture will be prosecuted.
OUTA is a proudly South African non-profit civil action organisation, comprising of and supported by people who are passionate about holding government accountable and improving the prosperity of South Africa.