ARTICLES RELATING TO RIGHT2KNOW

Open letter to justice committee: Voters deserve to know who political donors are

2019-10-10 11:47

If there are donors who can secretly curry favour with political leaders or parties through donating amounts of less or more than R100 000, the right to make informed political choices for the vast majority of the electorate is undermined.

Calls made for those implicated in wrongdoing at the SSA to be punished

2019-03-10 16:50

Civil society groups that were outspoken against the Jacob Zuma-led government are not surprised that they were spied on by the State Security Agency.

New evidence shows arms deal commission 'ignored critical evidence of wrongdoing'

2018-10-11 14:12

Court papers purport to show that the arms deal commission of inquiry ignored vital evidence put before it, leading to a "whitewash" of the multimillion-rand scandal.

State security agencies and private sector spied on journalists - Right2Know

2018-07-04 20:34

Advocacy group Right2Know has released a report documenting how South African journalists are being spied on by state security agencies and the private sector.

Inxeba reclassification angers Right2Know

2018-02-16 18:25

The Right2Know Campaign described the Film and Publication Board's decision to reclassify the award-winning film Inxeba as homophobic censorship.

Right2Know to lead protest for cheaper data prices

2017-09-19 06:11

Civil organisation Right2Know will on Tuesday protest at headquarters of South Africa’s four largest telecommunications companies in Gauteng, demanding that the price of cellular data decrease.

Loophole used to spy on more than 70 000 phones in SA

2017-08-24 11:54

Exploiting a loophole in surveillance legislation, law enforcement agencies are spying on at least 70 000 phone numbers each year.

Social Justice Coalition to challenge the criminalisation of protest action

2017-06-14 10:24

The Social Justice Coalition (SJC) will challenge what it calls the criminalisation of protests in the Western Cape High Court.

R2K to picket at Sassa pay points for 'Hands Off Our Grants' campaign

2017-03-01 23:08

Right2Know has added its voice to the growing frustration around Sassa's state of readiness to distribute social grants to 17 million South Africans on April 1.

R2K condemns ‘secret war’ against SABC 8

2016-11-15 11:19

The Right2Know Campaign has commended the SABC 8 for refusing to back down in the face of intimidation and death threats.

 

Govt blamed for spate of xenophobic attacks, as Ramaphosa remains silent

2019-09-03 11:59

The Right2Know Campaign has blamed the government for the recent spate of violent attacks on foreigners.

eThekwini municipality slammed over 'unlawful' evictions

2018-12-29 11:23

Advocacy group Right2Know Campaign has condemned the "inhumane action" allegedly taken by the eThekwini municipality against shack dwellers from eKhenana in Cato Crest.

Right2Know applies to join amaBhungane challenge on RICA

2018-08-06 20:57

Among the reasons cited for RICA's unconstitutionality is that it does not notify the subject that their communications are being intercepted.

Media watchdog goes after Information Regulator over data breach

2018-04-09 17:05

The Right2Know Campaign has issued a statement saying it has still not received any response from the Office of the Information Regulator on its failure to respond to a complaint about an extensive data breach.

#DataMustFall: R2K picketers call for cellphone companies to ring in the changes

2017-09-19 15:36

Civil organisation Right2Know has led pickets outside the four major telecommunications companies in Gauteng, demanding affordable voice and data costs for South Africans.

Spooks should not run cybersecurity - R2K

2017-09-13 21:57

The State Security Agency should not have control over cyber security, the Right2Know Campaign has said in Parliament.

BLF risks dipping SA democracy into pit of hatred, Right2Know warns

2017-07-21 19:50

Freedom of expression advocacy group Right2Know has warned that the continued threats by Black First Land First towards South African journalists pose a severe threat to the country’s democracy.

Australian company sues SA environmental lawyers for defamation

2017-05-09 08:47

Mining company accused of damaging West Coast is claiming over R1m in damages from activists.

Activist lays assault charge against police after SONA

2017-02-16 06:07

A Right2Know member has opened a case of assault after allegedly being slapped and manhandled by members of the police’s VIP protection unit after SONA.

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WATCH: The Motsoeneng effect - in numbers

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