Corruption Getting Worse in SA Schools

According to a report by the Corruption Watch, corruption is on the rise in South African schools

A survey conducted by Corruption Watch, a non-governmental organisation, has found that corruption is on the rise in South Africa schools.
 
The survey, which was conducted as the country's schools gear up for the last term and prepare for the end of the year examinations, found that even though corruption in schools is getting worse, relatively few people have been reporting their experiences of it.
 
Corruption Watch executive director, David Lewis, says that the organisation commissioned Pondering Pander to conduct the study via Mxit in late August to gain more insight into corruption in schools.
 
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Source: 
SABC News

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