Corruption Reports an Encouraging Sign – Berman

NGO leader speaks out on corruption and the possible impact it could have on service delivery

According to John-Kane Berman, chief executive of the South African Institute of Race Relations, there must be a growing number of state employees who are horrified that ‘cry the beloved country’ has become ‘loot the beloved country’.

Berman states that the Protection of State Information Bill, though ostensibly now aimed only at shielding ‘national security’ and not ‘criminal activity’, arises from the desire of the African National Congress (ANC) and its government to stop the leaks.

“It is becoming more and more apparent that our supposedly developmental state is being transformed into a state that is not only failing in many respects but parts of which are now suffused with criminality,” he explains..

To read the article titled, “Flood of corruption reports is actually an encouraging sign,” click here.

Source: 
Business Day

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