Corruption remains a major challenge to democracy in South Africa. The Covid 19 pandemic has seen an escalation of media reports on corruption, particularly the rampant looting of public resources – mainly relief funds targeted towards the fights against the coronavirus – by the political and business elite.
The Department of Sociology and Anthropology (University of Fort Hare), in partnership with Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung South Africa (FES-SA) invites you to a web-seminar under the theme ‘RETHINKING CORRUPTION’. The seminar challenges the prevailing views on corruption in South Africa’s democratic era. This web-seminar is part of the Fort Hare Friday Seminar Series (FHFSS).
Professor Sonwabile Mnwana (University of Fort Hare)
Professor Karl Von Holdt - Professor and senior researcher at SWOP
Professor Mcebisi Ndletyana - Associate professor of Politics at University of Johannesburg
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