SA Schools 'Hotspots' for Corruption – CW

Corruption Watch receives at least 1 000 reports of corruption across schools, making them the main graft hotspots in the country.

Since July 2015, Corruption Watch has received at least 1 000 reports of corruption across schools, making them the main graft hotspots in the country.
According to the organisation’s annual report released this week, “The corruption hotspots in 2015 are schools, which make up 16 percent of overall reports during the year, followed by traffic and licensing at 12 percent, immigration at six percent and housing and healthcare at five and three percent respectively.”

The organisation says as of July 2015, it had received at least 1 000 reports of corruption at schools across the country and least 22 percent of the reports came from Gauteng, 18 percent from the Free State, KwaZulu-Natal had 17 percent while 16 percent emanated from the Eastern Cape.

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Source: 
Mail and Guardian

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