The entire ‘New South Africa’ is rooted in an act of corruption

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The entire 'New South Africa' is rooted in an act of corruption. Photo: Front Nasionaal SA
The entire 'New South Africa' is rooted in an act of corruption. Photo: Front Nasionaal SA

It seems as if not a lot of progress is being made with Ramaphosa’s promise of cracking down on corruption.

The media revealed that a R1 million “bursary” was awarded to the son of Northwest Premier, Suora Mahumapelo, to become a pilot.

The rules were, shall we say, “creatively interpreted” by weapons SOE, Denel, to benefit the young Mahumapelo. The very same Denel who is in such a state of financial trouble that it had to borrow money at the end of 2017 to pay salaries.

Will corruption ever be weeded out? No.

The entire New South Africa is rooted in an act of corruption. After all, Zuma gave the game away with his statement that corruption is a Western crime, not an African one.

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