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South Africa went through what current president Cyril Ramaphosa depressingly called “nine wasted years” under his predecessor Jacob Zuma, who finally went on trial this week for corruption stemming from a 2007 charge.
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The story of State Capture in South Africa goes far deeper than corruption, says Ivor Chipkin, leading scholar and director of the Government and Public Policy think-tank.
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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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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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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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Public servants and officials are the heart of the black middle class and, outside the large metros, provincial government employees, councillors and local government officials are the black middle class, full stop.
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