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Whistleblower Athol Williams, a former partner at Bain SA, testifies at the State Capture Commission in 2021. Papi Morake/Gallo Images via Getty Images

Corruption in South Africa: would paying whistleblowers help?

Whistleblowers should be entitled to financial support. But that has potential costs as well as benefits.
The African National Congress has lost electoral support but remains dominant. Phill Magakoe / AFP via Getty Images.

South Africa’s ruling party is performing dismally, but a flawed opposition keeps it in power

Dissatisfied ANC voters were much more likely to switch their votes if they held positive views of an opposition party. However, the problem for the opposition is that few people held these views.
Supra Mahumapelo, former premier of North West Province, former president Jacob Zuma and current president Cyril Ramaphosa at an ANC celebration in 2016. Thulani Mbele/Sowetan/Gallo Images/Getty Images

South Africa’s ruling party has favoured loyalty over competence - now cadre deployment has come back to bite it

The decline in support for the ANC suggests that coalition governments will become increasingly common in the country, affecting its appointment policy.
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa receives reports of the of the state capture commission from Justice Raymond Zondo. The reports found exposed massive state corruption involving private individuals and companies. GCIS

Link between crime and politics in South Africa raises concerns about criminal gangs taking over

South Africans are actively challenging the criminalisation of the state. Many of the revelations about fraud, corruption and nepotism come from principled whistle-blowers within the state.

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