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South Africa's anti-corruption busters: short-changed on funding and political commitment

By Zukiswa Kota, Head of Monitoring and Advocacy, Public Service Accountability Monitor, Rhodes University
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The word corruption has its roots in the Latin adjective corruptus which refers to something that is spoiled, corrupted or perverted.

In South Africa, evidence of the perversion of public funds abounds. In his 2021 Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement the country’s finance minister Enoch Godongwana warned that rampant corruption was a persistent issue draining public finances.

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