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Sona underwhelms, ignores corruption

The implementation of measures to cut wasteful expenditure in government and spot checks on those suspected to be running our local government sector to the ground. That’s as far as President Jacob Zuma went to deal with the issue of corruption in his State of the Nation Address (Sona) on Thursday. He made no mention, Read more >

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Distrust in leaders grows as corrupt eclipse graft busters

By David Lewis First published in Business Day THE results of Transparency International’s corruption perceptions index, released this week, hold mixed news for SA. Our ranking has improved from 67 in the 2014 survey to 61 out of 168 countries surveyed last year. Our score, at 44, has remained the same, with 100 perceived as Read more >

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Zuma administration marked by reactionary ways in dealing with corruption, leaving root cause unchallenged https://t.co/JlLgGEorJF #Sona2016
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Zuma failed to rise to the occasion and give us what is most needed now: confidence in the government https://t.co/JlLgGEorJF #Sona2016
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What are your expectations for #SONA2016? More of the same old same old, or will we be delighted by a show of leadership?
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