Various groups are calling on government to fit anti-porn software on all government official's computers.

The Sunday Times reported that Ramburuth had denied resigning in the wake of a pornography scandal and was still in discussion with the economic development minister.  However, ministry spokesperson Manelisi Wolela said following complaints "relating to acts of misconduct", Ramburuth resigned as commissioner and as an employee of the Competition Commission.  The Sunday Times report referred to a forensic report by Paul O'Sullivan and Associates, which detailed how Ramburuth apparently visited 25 pornographic sites between August and November 2011. His data bill in October that year - while using a government issued SIM card overseas - came to a total of R123 000.  The report suggested he had visited "inappropriate sites, which were of an explicit pornographic nature".

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