File: Civil society organisations will reveal their plans to fight corruption.
JOHANNESBURG - Civil society organisations will reveal their plans to fight corruption.
On Tuesday, nearly a hundred of them met in Johannesburg to discuss issues around state capture.
Their decision to take action has been prompted by media reports detailing rampant corruption and the Gupta email leaks.
They say their involvement is to make sure the British PR company's conduct is viewed from a South African point of view.
Bell Pottinger recently apologised for sowing racial divisions in the country with its promotion of the term white monopoly capital.