Bafo Khanyeza | SA's biggest looting problem lies within its public sector

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It's sophisticated public sector looting that we should be worried about, and long after the current unrest, it will still be continuing silently, says Bafo Khanyeza. 

In the aftermath of a wave of deadly unrest that has claimed hundreds of lives and caused untold job losses and billions of rands worth of damage, one must ask: how did we get here?

Some will look back at the State Capture Commission fallout, while others will look back further still, asking why we had to have a State Capture Commission in the first place. Rampant corruption was itself the sub-climax of deep-seated governance failures, while the climax itself would be a totally failed state.

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