Political analyst Professor Tinyiko Maluleke says the reports released by Corruption Watch should be taken seriously.
The organisation released its 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.
What we are dealing with is really a culture that becomes so entrenched that people no longer need to ask for a bribe.— Professor Tinyiko Maluleke, Political Analyst
There is an understanding to those who take bribes and those who give bribes. There is an is an unspoken understanding.— Professor Tinyiko Maluleke, Political Analyst
Professor Maluleke says that the ANC is not always proactive in dealing with people implicated in corruption.
This is a threat to Ramaphosa's storyline. he promises to deal with corruption and how do you deal with corruption when you are not dealing with the very people whom you sit with at the highest level of the party.— Professor Tinyiko Maluleke, Political Analyst
Listen to the full analysis here: