Radio 786| State Capture and Consequences
We’ve had just about a week to digest the latest instalment of the State Capture report. President Cyril Ramaphosa’s failure to address corruption at various levels of government, and within the governing party has been widely criticised. Several parastatals have also been eaten away by dubious deals and corrupt politicians, leaving South Africans with an energy crisis, an ailing public broadcaster, and a crippled rail system.
Michael Marchant, Head of investigations at Open Secrets,
Dr Dale McKinley, writer, activist, and political analyst, and
Advocate Paul Hoffman, Director of Accountability Now