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Corruption is a key driver of poverty, inequality and unemployment

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Corruption and Covid-19 are dominating conversations in SA. Back in 2017, President Cyril Ramaphosa said corruption stood in the way of growing the country’s economy, creating employment and alleviating poverty. Not much seems to have changed since then
Corruption and Covid-19 are dominating conversations in SA. Back in 2017, President Cyril Ramaphosa said corruption stood in the way of growing the country’s economy, creating employment and alleviating poverty. Not much seems to have changed since then

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The ongoing allegations of corruption in government and business are disheartening.

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