Qaanitah Hunter | All we hear from Ramaphosa on corruption is sound and fury... signifying nothing

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The writer argues that inaction from the Presidency on various reports is not assisting in fighting corruption. Photo: GCIS
The writer argues that inaction from the Presidency on various reports is not assisting in fighting corruption. Photo: GCIS

Qaanitah Hunter writes that flimsy statements and empty promises from the Presidency do nothing to fight crime and corruption.

On Friday evening, at 20:53, the Presidency issued a media statement entitled: Presidency champions fight against corruption.

I chuckled.

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