Corruption investigations in South Africa have energised a citizen-led accountability movement.
South Africa’s judicial commission published the third report of its investigation into state capture on 2 March. The fourth and final report is to be published later this year. The reports, a result of the Zondo Commission inquiry, investigate allegations of corruption, fraud and kleptocratic governance under former president Jacob Zuma that amount to £2.33 billion. Click here to read the full article.