The risk of greylisting from the Financial Action Task Force has triggered the drafting of laws to strengthen South Africa’s financial accountability regime. But a rushed law-making process has resulted in bills presented to Parliament which do not adequately respond to South Africa’s unique challenges in combating financial crime.
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