Qaanitah Hunter | Zondo report: When it comes to corruption, we should prepare for the worst

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Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo hands part 1 of the state capture report to President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo hands part 1 of the state capture report to President Cyril Ramaphosa.
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We must plan for the worst, writes Qaanitah Hunter. "What happens if we get a government worse than the Zuma regime?"  

The 874-page first part report of the State Capture Inquiry has made many revelations and some firm recommendations, but there was one sentence in the report that made me want to stand on a rooftop and shout it out to all.

"The ultimate responsibility for leading the fight against corruption in public procurement cannot again be left to a government department or be subject to ministerial control," the commission wrote in the tail end of the report! 

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