South Africa’s governance structures need an overhaul to address corruption challenge
The positive momentum by the South African government in confronting governance failures must be welcomed, but it will require far more than political will to effectively address the high levels of systemic corruption, Petrus Marais and Lloyed Rakgoale at FTI Consulting and Karam Singh and Caroline James of Corruption Watch argue.
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