Mozambique: Government Admits ‘Endemic Corruption’

Maputo — In a key policy document, the Mozambican government has admitted there is “endemic corruption’ in the country.

This startling admission comes in the National Development Strategy (ENDE), for the period 2025-2044, which the Council of Ministers (Cabinet) approved last week.

“The endemic corruption in various sectors of society endangers the trust of citizens and the effectiveness of governance’, the document warns. “As a result there is a reduction in public confidence, theft of…

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