South Africa Slips on Corruption Index
The country's opposition parties have said that President Jacob Zuma's government has not done much to turn the tide on corruption in the public sector. This after the release of the Transparency International Corruption Perception Index - which ranked South Africa 69th out of 187 countries.
South African Press Association, 5 December 2012
South Africa has been ranked 69 of 176 countries in Transparency International's Corruption Perception Index 2012 (CPI), which was released on Wednesday.read more »
Democratic Alliance, 5 December 2012
The Transparency International Corruption Perception Index (CPI) released this morning shows that South Africa has not turned the tide on corruption in the public sector.read more »
South African Government, 6 December 2012
Fraud and corruption pose a serious threat to the stability and security of societies as they undermine democratic institutions and values of our hard won democracy, ethical values... read more »