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We want to make corporate data truly accessible, because we believe you shouldn’t have to pay for company information that should legally and legitimately be public. We’re interrogating data around corporate structures and the relationships corporates have with the state, shareholders and communities.
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A rough OCR of tender bulletins for 2015 and 2016
The latest list of properties from the UK Land Registry.
Market announcements from publicly listed companies.
A list of blacklisted suppliers across all provinces
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We have datasets and have done work around tender information, beneficial ownership, company shareholder registries, illicit financial flows, potential conflicts of interest in the private sector, and the environmental and social impacts that the decisions corporates make have on everyday life. Read more about our work and the work other organisations are doing to improve corporate transparency and accountability here:
In April 2017, OpenOwnership launched a first-of-its-kind global beneficial ownership registry, that lists details of nearly 2 million companies in the UK.
A series of articles laying out the convoluted network of companies and organisations surrounding the Net1-CPS-SASSA saga.
An investigation into corporate environmental compliance in South Africa. The report shows that some companies are committing serious compliance violations.Download
The Open Society Foundation is conducting ongoing research into South African disclosure practice and the drivers behind it.Download