[WATCH] Bongani says we can fight corruption and crime in our country

Looking at numerous crimes committed by executives and corruption carried out by major companies in South Africa, Bongani Bingwa says in his career as a journalist, one of the most frequent questions posed to him is 'what can we do about it?'

Bingwa shares his views on issues of accountability in the country and the feeling of despondency among citizens.


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