Tuesday, December 03, 2013

Corruption levels stabilise in SA

Lusanda Bill
03 December 2013

The recently released corruption perception index has revealed that corruption in South Africa has stabilized over the past two years. 

The index measures perceived levels of public sector corruption and ranks countries based on a scale of 0-100 and South Africa is now ranked 42.

Corruption Watch said the stable SA’s index scores can be attributed to the level of outraged expressed by the public in the form of service delivery protests. 

Corruption Watch’s Bongi Mlangeni said the level of outraged that is being expressed is indicative of how people feel about corruption in this country.

Mlangeni said the public is sending a strong message to leaders both in government and business that we can no longer tolerate corruption and there needs to be accountability in dealing with public funds.  



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