Johannesburg - Corruption affects not only government but
public institutions as well, the EFF said on Tuesday.
"The impact corruption has in society cannot be told
because it's not just about money, but a value system," Economic Freedom
Fighters (EFF) Gauteng premier candidate Dali Mpofu told a group of youngsters
in Milpark, Johannesburg.
"The current government is corrupting institutions.
It is not about the individuals, [President Jacob] Zuma will go, so will I. But
if we continue on the current path we are eroding our democracy."
He was speaking at a campaign hosted by youth culture
The Voting is Power (VIP) campaign is focused on
encouraging 16 to 35 year-olds to be active, informed citizens.
The EFF, DA, Agang SA and the ANC were answering
questions from young people throughout the country who streamed online, and
others present at the debate.
DA Gauteng premier candidate Mmusi Maimane said South
Africa was facing a different struggle for freedom.
"You cannot talk about freedom when some are
throwing away food in Sandton while some are going to bed hungry in
Agang SA chief operating officer Andrew Gasnolar said the
current common problem was growing inequality.
The ANC's Mawethu Rune said social grants were a
temporary relief for those who did not have anything.Download the app by visiting one of these app stores.
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