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Following South African transition to democracy in 1994, many of its streets, roads, suburbs, cities and provinces have been renamed. But the renaming process was surprisingly cautious and not without a controversy.
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Ivor Chipkin writes that corruption in Government has happened because the ANC reproduced aspects of the homeland system and spread it across the state.
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President Cyril Ramaphosa has made public service reform a litmus test of his presidency. Shortly after he was elected to office, in February 2018, he insisted that creating a capable and ethical state — free from corruption — was one of his prime concerns.
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It is easy to underestimate the importance of a capable state. Without a public sector that works, there can be no resolution to the everyday challenges of government:
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We will need to learn how to support communities in the things that need government intervention, and to stay out of the things that do not
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Kimi Makwetu se laaste verslag as ouditeur-generaal voordat hy oorlede is, het ’n paar munisipaliteite geïdentifiseer wie se sake ‘’n goeie storie van gedissiplineerde besteding vertel, wat waarde vir geld behaal’.
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Auditor-General Kimi Makwetu’s last report before he died identified a few municipalities whose accounts tell a ‘good story of disciplined spending that achieves value for money’.
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Advocate Muzi Sikhakhane’s critique indicates an unresolved vacillation at the heart of hearings
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This conversation with the Indian-born essayist, novelist and historian Pankaj Mishra, took place before the US elections.
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Thuli Madonsela suggests an amnesty can help to clean up corruption.
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