Corruption gets high attention
By Lelethu Mquqo
28 October 2010
Public Service and Administration Minister Richard Baloyi says corruption can collapse the economy in ways that are realised only when the economy does in fact collapse.
Baloyi said this in his address of the Business Union South Africa anti-corruption forum in Johannesburg this morning.
Baloyi encouraged businesses and the public service to have stickers on their vehicles with numbers that can be phoned if corruption is detected.
The minister says government’s communication with businesses has led to the National Anti-Corruption Forum, which is focusing significant stakeholders’ attention on the matter.