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Centre for Social Accountability v Secretary of Parliament and Others [2011] ZAECGHC 33;298/2010

29th July 2011

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This is an application in terms of section 78(2) read with section 82 of the Promotion of Access to Information Act, 2 of 2000 (“PAIA” or “the Act”) against the refusal by the second Respondent to grant the Applicant access to records relating to the alleged abuse of the Parliamentary travel voucher system during 2004 by individual Members of Parliament (“the records”). The abuse, as expected, attracted wide media attention and soon became known as the “Travelgate” scandal or saga. I will continue to refer to these incidents collectively as the Travelgate saga.

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