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Research outputs: CORRUPTION
In democratic societies, citizenry perceive government as an important role player in the amelioration of their socio economic status. South...Download this report
Since the first confirmed case in March 2020, the Covid-19 has exposed deeply entrenched corruption in the South African public sector. Corr...
Small-to-medium enterprises are an engine for economic growth in developing countries. They are, however, also disproportionately affected b...Download this report
Corruption in public procurement comes at a huge price to government, industry and citizens; it leads to untold costs in terms of the enviro...Download this report