Johannesburg – A new report released by Corruption Watch has revealed the persistent graft and corruption in certain areas of the education sector in South Africa.
Titled “Sound the Alarm”, the report highlights 3 667 reports of education-related corruption received between 2012 and 2021, representing 10% of the total reports received by Corruption Watch over that period.
The voluminous amount of reports point to widespread misappropriation of resources, acts of bribery, sextortion, abuse of authority, and blatant flouting of employment and procurement processes.
Corruption Watch has received “disturbing” reports of alleged corruption across basic and higher education institutions…
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