If there’s one thing South Africans agree on it is that procurement-related corruption and maladministration is a curse and we should pull out all stops to eradicate it from public governance, especially when it affects access to public goods such as health, water and sanitation. However, we should avoid the tendency to attribute all forms of corruption and rent-seeking to BEE legislation and other policies aimed at socioeconomic redress.

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