Young Lethabo in our fundraising video is one of thousands of children who go hungry at school. Their only meal of the day has been taken from them by a corrupt principal who steals the food provided.
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Corruption Watch aims to tell the story of those who are affected the most by corruption. By exposing corruption that disadvantages the vulnerable, such as schoolchildren, we want to ensure that opportunities for entering into corrupt relationships are reduced.
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