South Africans are finally set to know who funds their political parties

 Countries that regulate political party funding do so to preserve their sovereignty and integrity of domestic politics.

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Mis en ligne par Mia Swart, Research director, Human Sciences Research Council

 Countries that regulate political party funding do so to preserve their sovereignty and integrity of domestic politics.

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