Kaizer Kganyago | How corruption erodes service delivery

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Kaizer Kganyago of the SIU says they’ve uncovered two irregular transactions to the company.                  Photo: Jan Right
Kaizer Kganyago of the SIU says they’ve uncovered two irregular transactions to the company. Photo: Jan Right

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When President Cyril Ramaphosa took over as president of the Republic of South Africa, he promised to intensify the fight against corruption in the country. He was at pains to explain that corruption eroded democracy and that all South Africans should stand together in the fight against the scourge of it.

Since then, President Ramaphosa has signed a number of proclamations authorising the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) to investigate corruption, malpractice and maladministration in various institutions in the public sector, including allegations of corruption in the procurement of personal protective equipment (PPE) for the Covid-19 pandemic.

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