Corruption Watch concerned about petty corruption

Corruption Watch has released the second edition of its analysis, revealing the latest trends and types of graft as reported by the public during the first half of this year.

The organisations executive director David Lewis says they get thousands of reports about corruption that impacts people's daily lives.

We are concerned about petty corruption.

David Lewis, Corruption Watch executive director

READ: Corruption Watch: Significant hike in reports of corruption in 2017

The plea of this report is to say that these need to viewed as serious as those reports that involve billions of rands because these are the kinds of reports that impact on people's daily lives.

David Lewis, Corruption Watch executive director

Lewis says that petty corruption needs to be taken seriously as grand corruption.

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