We all need to fight corruption

Ten years ago (and almost three years before he was ousted as ANC president at their National Conference in Plokwane), then President Thabo Mbeki expressed his concern over the steady creep of state corruption.



He placed South Africa at a crossroads when he remarked:

“What we do in this regard will define whether our organisation, the ANC, continues to maintain its noble character as a servant of all the people of South Africa, or degenerates into an ignoble, blood-sucking and corrupt parasite, an enemy of an immensely heroic people.”



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