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Mogoeng: "Masters of corruption are everywhere"
South Africa has not begun to scratch the surface of the magnitude of corruption in the private sector, said Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng, speaking at an event on the eve of Mandela Day, 18 July. And it's unacceptable to consider some people untouchable at the expense of others, because an "injustice is an injustice regardless of the perpetrator".
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State capture could not succeed without help at the top
The systemic nature of state capture, writes sustainable development professor Mark Swilling, means that for it to be successful, it requires the deep co-operation and complicity of the highest office in the land to secure rents, hollow out accountability, and maintain legitimacy.
The systemic nature of state capture, writes sustainable development professor Mark Swilling, means that for it to be successful, it requires the deep co-operation and complicity of the highest office in the land to secure rents, hollow out accountability, and maintain legitimacy.
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Our relentless fight against corruption in schools in SA
Education has the potential to create economic opportunities and upward social mobility, writes Corruption Watch's Tara Davis for Unesco. As such, we have been fighting corruption in schools for the seven years of our existence, and we are inspired by the individuals who continue to do the same, despite the difficulties.
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Mogoeng: “Masters of corruption are everywhere”

By Canny MaphangaFirst published on News24 Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng says South Africa, the rest of the continent and the rest of the world will not be able to defeat corruption unless the narrative that it is a “black thing” is debunked. “We have channelled ourselves into believing that corruption can only be in the Read more >

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Our relentless fight against corruption in schools in SA

By Tara DavisFirst published on Etico The idea that education is the key tool to alleviating poverty may be reductionist, but it’s not wrong. Education has the potential to create economic opportunities and upward social mobility. It is a particularly important tool in South Africa where there is an urgent need for access to redress, Read more >

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