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South Africans are simply not angry enough, protesting enough and shaming the ANC government and leaders enough for their corruption, state failure and decay.
South Africans are simply not angry enough, protesting enough and shaming the ANC government and leaders enough for their corruption, state failure and decay.
The soul of South Africa: corrupt to the core?
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DPSA describes public sector professionalisation as “burning issue”

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The Department of Public Service and Administration says it is focusing on three burning issues - the implementation of the professionalisation framework for the public sector, the problem of long precautionary suspensions which unnecessarily cost the taxpayer money, and the efficient management of vacancies in the sector.
The Department of Public Service and Administration says it is focusing on three burning issues - the implementation of the professionalisation framework for the public sector, the problem of long precautionary suspensions which unnecessarily cost the taxpayer money, and the efficient management of vacancies in the sector.
The reality of the public education system as it pertains to the Eastern Cape province - one of South Africa’s poorest provinces - is that incompetence and corruption go on for long without punishment, and it is most frequently the children who are enrolled in its public schools that bear the brunt of these ills, writes Siphokuhle Mkancu
The reality of the public education system as it pertains to the Eastern Cape province - one of South Africa’s poorest provinces - is that incompetence and corruption go on for long without punishment, and it is most frequently the children who are enrolled in its public schools that bear the brunt of these ills, writes Siphokuhle Mkancu
Inefficiency costs lives: the case of the EC department of education

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President welcomes NACAC work towards building a corruption-free SA
President Cyril Ramaphosa chaired a meeting of the National Anti-Corruption Advisory Council at Tuynhuys on Thursday, 18 May 2023, as part of sustaining government’s response to the recommendations of the […]
President Cyril Ramaphosa chaired a meeting of the National Anti-Corruption Advisory Council at Tuynhuys on Thursday, 18 May 2023, as part of sustaining government’s response to the recommendations of the […]

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DPSA describes public sector professionalisation as “burning issue”

At the beginning of May, the Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA) presented its 2023/2024 annual performance plan to the parliamentary portfolio committee on Public Service and Administration, Performance Monitoring and Evaluation. At the same meeting the Public Service Commission (PSC), National School of Government, and Centre for Public Service and Innovation presented their Read more >

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The soul of South Africa: corrupt to the core?

By William Gumede This article was first published on TimesLive. South Africans are simply not angry enough, protesting enough and shaming the ANC government and leaders enough for their corruption, state failure and decay. Mediocrity, incompetence and callousness by government and elected leaders are now accepted as commonplace. They do not elicit the requisite national Read more >

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