Motlanthe slams corruption as a cancerous deadly disease

Lusanda Bill
18 August 2011

Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe has hit out at corruption.

Motlanthe describe corruption as “a cancerous deadly disease threatening the soul of our democracy”.

Speaking at the annual Ruth First Memorial Lecture at the University of the Witwatersrand, Motlanthe said fighting corruption was a life-and-death-matter on which our future depends.

He suggested that it might be necessary to introduce subjects related to ethics in schools to make people understand the devastation it causes.


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