South Africa votes to turn honesty about graft into action against it

South Africa votes to turn honesty about graft into action against itIf a global award were given to a country for being the most open about discussing corruption – as opposed to preventing it – South Africa would win hands down. The election of a Parliament on May 8 was a victory for the incumbent president, Cyril Ramaphosa, whose popularity is largely due to his anti-corruption image. After helping the ANC in its electoral win, he promised to finally purge it of “bad and deviant tendencies,” or powerful factions that have contributed to one of the world’s highest rates of unemployment.



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