Corruption Watch concerned over school, police corruption
A report was released this week revealing that 8,000 cases had been lodged with Corruption Watch.
JOHANNESBURG - Corruption Watch is concerned over the increasing levels of corruption involving schools and police officials in the country.
An annual report was released this week revealing that 8,000 cases had been lodged with the organisation.
Although this shows willingness from the general public to curb high rates of fraud, the NGO said politicians needed to play a more proactive role in confronting corrupt people.
Spokesperson David Lewis said, "People see leading public figures getting away with, in corruption terms, murder. The prosecution authorities are in such disarray that the chances for prosecution for corruption are slim."