Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela, has called on civil society to report service delivery failures as well as improper conduct by organs of state.
Speaking at the launch of the social justice NGO Khanya College's Setsi sa Mosadi in Johannesburg, Madonsela emphasises that her office does not only focus on matters involving high ranking government officials.
Madonsela maintains that, "You probably think we investigate corruption cases only because of recent events. The truth is 90 percent of the cases we deal with on a day-to-day basis involve ordinary people and are about delayed or denied services."
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