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Gordhan: Why so much corruption in SA?

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Cape Town - It is time for South Africa to reflect on why there is so much corruption in the country and what to do about it, former finance minister Pravin Gordhan said during a BBC interview on Thursday.

He said documents formally presented at ANC meetings indicate this need.

"What is this grip that one family and its broader syndicate have on the structure of the state and having this remarkable ability to filter out what appears to be billions of rand of public money and public finances from state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and other sections of government into accounts in different parts of the world?" asked Gordhan.

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